Pixel Art Skyline Prints: Bright Lights, 8-Bit Cities
May 27th, 2013
Okay, I actually don’t know if you could have produced these images with an 8-bit system, or if you would have needed a 16-bit one, but I still love the way these retro styled cityscapes look, no matter how many bits they required.
These illustrations were created by Miles Donovan of The Daily Robot, and are currently available in Chicago, Boston and Seattle versions. They kind of remind me of the sort of thing I might have drawn with Deluxe Paint on my old Atari ST, but they were painstakingly drawn with Adobe Illustrator.
Each print measures 12-inches square, is printed on heavy cover stock and is signed by the artist. You can choose from the day time scenes shown here, or a sunset version if you’d prefer. Since they are all vector art, the images could possibly be enlarged too, though you’ll need to ask the artist if he can get them printed in bigger sizes.
Head on over to The Daily Robot’s Etsy shop to order yours now.