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More beautiful game-inspired woodblock prints you can buy

5:30 PM on 03.06.2014 // Steven Hansen
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I want to wad the Katamari Damacy print up into my life

We've shown off Jed Henry's Japanese woodblock renditions of game characters before. I'm still in love with that original Samus one. But Henry's catalog is growing, to my wallet's growing concern.

Shadow of the Colossus, Final Fantasy VI, Katamari Damacy -- there are so many great prints available. The sort of prints that I'd actually be okay with having on a wall in my dingy, decrepit home. I've attached a few great ones to show off, but you can find the entire catalog here.

You can also see some mock ups on Henry's site that hint at future prints. That Kefka.

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