Tuesday, March 23


If you're interested in getting a print of one of the Video Game Posters, then please take the poll on the right hand side of this blog and let me know which one you would be interested in. Thanks!

Update 1: You can vote for multiple designs now!

Update 2: I'm looking to charge between $25 and $50 for each poster, but the more people I can get interested, the cheaper I can make them. Thanks!

Monday, March 22

More Press for Video Game Posters

My favorite comments on the Destructoid article:

"If some wonderful company ever decides to do with video games what Criterion does with films, this is the guy you hire to do the covers."

"its been done already. and quite better as well.

i dont know why people put words in their "art", it totally ruins it for me."

"Must be a slow news day to waste time posting such a lame link. Or maybe it's just more of the Destructoid bias for garbage."

"They're far too abstract and vapid, they could be of anything. And the quotes are so out of place - especially the god-awful inappropriate Snake quote."

"I don't think these are good at all. They follow the same concept over and over and over and are, generally, just sloppily done. Just another guy trying to cash in on the artsy movement by doing shitty half assed posters that people think are "cool" and "hip" and "trendy" and "foxy"....You know, what the kids say."

From Kotaku's post:

"This seems like a useful study in several real world questions...
Are you a fanboy? (If all you recognize is your console specific characters)
Are you really a gamer? (If you recognize other characters across platforms)
Do you have a life? (If you argued over whether or not it was Louis from L4D)
Why haven't you grown up and moved out of your mother's basement? (If all you recognized was Mario)
I love this test. We should have more.
I passed on all of them. It's up to you to determine what I constitute as passing!"

"Well I figured #6 out at least."

"1. God of War
2. Heavy Rain
3. Silent Hill
4. SOCOM: U.S. Navy Seals
5. WarioWare
6. Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2009
7. Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest"

"Isn't Justin Russo the name of a character in Disney's show "Wizards of Waverly Place"?"

"God how I love this person's art.
So simple, yet so creative."
Also, apparently alot of people who read Kotaku own a Zune.


Thursday, March 18

I'm "internet" famous

My Video Game Posters got some press today on the GameSetWatch video game blog. It makes me feel totally rad.

Wednesday, March 17


Here are two more I did recently. Same style, these ones should be pretty easy to figure out.