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8-Bit Video Game Art by Jimi Benedict

by Paul Strauss
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You may think you know Mario and Zelda, but you’ve never seen them like this.

Jimi Benedict Jimiyo Mario Illustration

Artist Jimi Benedict (a.k.a. “Jimiyo”) created these 8-bit game inspired images which combine the pixel-blocky forms of the game’s original characters with a surreal mix of natural textures and literal illustration styles.

Jimi Benedict Jimiyo Zelda Illustration

Not into video game art? Jimi has many more tricks up his sleeve. He’s produced numerous professional illustrations for t-shirts, skateboards and has even done work for NASCAR. He even got into politics with his brilliant 8-bit Barack Obama.

For more illustrations, merchandise, illustration tips and more, check out Jimiyo.com.

[via Drawn!]

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  1. Scott says:

    Can I purchase a poster size version of these?

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