Video Games Re-Imagined As Traditional Japanese Prints

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The Folks behind Ukiyo-e Heroes create images of your favorite Nintendo characters in the style of Ukiyo-e, a traditional Japanese woodblock printing process, mostly mass produced between 17th and the 20th centuries. Artists use a master drawing to carve multiple blocks, which when inked, comprise different sections of the final image.

Mario Kart

Pokémon

The Legend of Zelda

Star Fox

Kirby

Metroid

Mega Man

Castlevania

Street Fighter

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