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Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism


7:40 PM on 10.02.2009
Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism photo



Art Attack Friday is your weekly look at videogame fan art created by a talented artist.

Typically, Art Attack Friday is all about very detailed artwork. This time though, we’re taking a minimalistic approach to videogame art. Flickr user Infinite Continues was inspired by these minimalist movie posters and made some minimalist videogame characters pieces. The pieces are all extremely simple, but if you live and breathe videogames, then you can recognize every character from his work:

It’s a testament to the details of these character designs that they can be recognised when reduced to a few simple shapes and colours.

Indeed it is. Be sure to check out his Flickr page for more of his minimalist videogame pieces. 

[via GameSetWatch]

Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism photo
Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism photo
Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism photo
Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism photo
Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism photo
Art Attack Friday: Videogame Minimalism photo





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