Pop culture illustrations by Chrissie Zullo

A slice of pop culture coolness from the artist and illustrator Chrissie Zullo. Working with both traditional and digital media Chrissie has worked for DC, Dark Horse, Archie Comics, IDW, Topps and Harper Collins. You can check out more great artwork via DeviantArt.

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Mad Max: Fury Road- Furiosa by Chrissie ZulloBatgirl by Chrissie ZulloHarley Quinn by Chrissie ZulloVampirella by Chrissie Zullo
Samus by Chrissie Zullo
The Legend of Zelda by Chrissie Zullo
Usagi Yojimbo by Chrissie Zullo
Motoko Kusanagi - Ghost in the Shell by Chrissie ZulloRei Ayanami by Chrissie ZulloAttack on Titan by Chrissie Zullo

Mario, Metroid and The Legend of Zelda limited edition prints by artist and illustrator Harlan Elam

The Legend of Zelda, Metroid and Super Mario Bros. limited edition 8-Bit prints by the artist and illustrator Harlan Elam.

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“Super Mario Bros. came bundled with my first NES and started my life long obsession with gaming. Everyone privileged enough to play it probably remembers level one more than any other. The idea here is to capture those memories of the level we played the most and offer them up as framed nostalgia, or paper Nintendo.”

Super Mario Bros. by Harlan Elam

“The Legend of Zelda introduced me to a different level of gaming, one that combined an open world and difficult puzzles. It was also my first introduction to interactive fantasy storytelling that led to a life long love affair with escapism reading. It required a lot of trial and error and teaming up with friends to beat different areas of the game. How many times did we enter The Eagle on our quest to defeat Ganon? Too many to count.”

The Legend of Zelda by Harlan Elam

“If The Legend of Zelda turned me on to fantasy RPGs, Metroid got me heavily into sci-fi. I remember a lot of Saturday mornings exploring Zebes, finding new power ups, and killing aliens. What I remember most is starting in level one and finding the Morph Ball. I was amazed. I wanted to take that memory and combine it with the most memorable enemies from the game so I could print it up, frame it proudly, and bask in all its nostalgic glory. Pray for true peace in space!”

Metroid by Harlan Elam

Little Big Video Game Books

Artist and designer JoeBot has created a brilliant series of original Little Big Book covers based on classic retro and more recent video games.

Wish these would have been around when I was a kid. Prints are available from JoeBot Records on Etsy. So cool.

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