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Video Games Get Vectorized

Video Games Get Vectorized
Check out these awesome vector art variations on classic arcade game characters. Game enthusiast Philipp Lenssen took partial screenshots from famous arcade games and ran them through VectorMagic, a nifty online bitmap-to-vector conversion tool, then enlarged them to exaggerate the line-art effect. I’m so used to seeing all these gaming icons in their traditional pixel block form, it was really cool to see them reinterpreted in a way I never imagined. The only thing cooler would be a MAME video filter that would actually let you play the games in their vector form.

Nintendo Collages Made to Order

Nintendo Collages Made to Order
These fun, one-of-a-kind paper collages are inspired by popular Nintendo video game characters. Washington DC artist and die-hard Nintendo fanboy Chris Lange handcrafts these colorful gaming collages from old Nintendo Power magazines, so he’s not lying when he states that they’re “100% Nintendo”. Pictured here are several works which Lange has previously completed, but each piece is custom made based on subject matter of your choice.
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Forget Microsoft and Sony, Nintendo is a Monopoly

Forget Microsoft and Sony, Nintendo is a Monopoly
All of your favorite classic Nintendo characters have now been memorialized in the  Monopoly: Nintendo Collector’s Edition board game from Parker Brothers. The game features special pewter Nintendo tokens including Mario’s cap, Link’s iron boots, Donkey Kong’s barrel, a Hylian shield, a Koopa shell and an NES controller.

Donkey Kong Post-It Note Art

Donkey Kong Post-It Note Art
A group of engineering students over at the University of California Santa Cruz took time out of their busy academic schedules to create this larger-than-life work of art made from Post-it Notes. The Donkey Kong installation took the team of ten people about five hours to complete, and used over 6,400 colored Post-it Notes (although they had to buy over 14,000 of the little sticky buggers to get all the colors they needed.)
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