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Classy! Super Mario / Street Fighter mashup art!

11:00 AM on 11.21.2010 // Tony Ponce
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Yesterday was DesignerCon, an annual art convention with a strong focus on custom vinyl and collectible figurines. On display were Squid Kids Ink's So Analog figurines, a line of anthropomorphized retro game media like cassettes and cartridges, including the 10-Doh! category of bipedal NES paks. It was in this collection that artist Tracy Tubera submitted a mashup of Super Mario Bros. and Street Fighter II, which you can see in the gallery below.

What I really want to draw attention to, however, is the print in the header that was being sold for $20 at the Squid Kids booth. It's a classy piece that expands upon Tubera's original concept, turning Mario into Ryu, Luigi into Ken, Peach into Chun-Li, and Toad into friggin' Guile. That's hot. The whole show was probably hot. I wish I could have gone. I wanna do fun stuff, too.

Tracy Tubera For So Analog 10-DOH! Custom Show @ Designer Con [Vinyl Pulse]

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