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Punch-Out Collages are a Real Knockout

by Paul Strauss
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Remember the classic Nintendo boxing game Punch-Out!? I still think it’s one of the most entertaining fighters of all time, especially with its over-the-top combatants. Well if you remember Punch-Out! as fondly as I do, then you’ll enjoy these collages by artist Chris Lange.

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The latest in a series of gaming inspired works by Lange, he’s perfectly captured such classic characters as Glass Joe, Don Flamenco, Bald Bull, Piston Honda, Great Tiger, Macho Man, King Hippo, Soda Popinski, Mac and Trainer with these collages.

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Each one is made entirely from old issues of Nintendo Power magazine, so you’re assured each one is 100% recycled Nintendo.

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While the originals aren’t for sale, you can get your hands on a set of nine (5″x5″) prints over on Etsy for $49 (USD). If you’re a Nintendo fan, you’ll want to order up a set for your gameroom for sure.

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