Japanese woodblock Nintendo images by Jed Henry

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Jed Henry (http://jedart.blogspot.com/) has been making these amazing 8-bit Nintendo-themed Japanese woodblock prints based on the Ukiyo-e style of art. Here's the facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/UkiyoEHeroes

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Kirby, re-imagined as a Japanese ukiyo-e. He's pretty frightening! Kirby as an Ukiyo-e Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Japanese Games, Japanese Style, Chinese Style, Character Drawing, Character Design, Arte Ninja, Woodcut Art
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'Fox Moon' (Star Fox) Video Games Re-Imagined As Traditional Japanese Prints. The guys behind Ukiyo-e Heroes create images of your favorite Nintendo characters in the style of Ukiyo-e, a traditional Japanese woodblock printing process. Star Fox, Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Japanese Style, Japanese Woodcut, Art Asiatique, Classic Video Games, Art Japonais, Video Game Characters
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What if Street Fighter had taken place in Japan? Street Fighter Japanese Ukiyo-e Star Fox, Metroid, Japon Illustration, Japanese Illustration, Traditional Japanese Art, Japanese Style, Japanese Games, Classic Video Games, Art Japonais
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Simon Belmont has been transformed into an century Japanese samurai, and he still kicks butt! Castlevania Japanese Ukiyo-e Star Fox, Japanese Artwork, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japanese Style, Japon Illustration, Japanese Illustration, Susanoo, Classic Video Games
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This is a small (but growing) series of Nintendo game characters (games for Nintendo, not all made by Nintendo) as traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints by Geekologie reader Ezra's illustrator friend Jed Henry. This is Samus here, but there's. Culture Art, Pop Culture, Geek Culture, Traditional Japanese Art, Japanese Style, 8bit Art, Classic Video Games, Video Game Characters, Nintendo Characters
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Japanese Woodblock Gaming Art by Jed Henry Jed’s Nintendo Samurai series brings the futuristic robo-suited duo of Samus Aran and Mega Man back to feudal Japan for some serious Budō Mega Man, Nintendo Characters, Video Game Characters, Nintendo Games, Character Drawing, Character Design, 3d Character, Character Illustration, 8bit Art
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Illustrator Jed Henry is creating a series of Nintendo characters based on the style of traditional Japanese ukiyo-e woodcut prints. The images above depict Link from The Legend of Zelda and a sketch for an upcoming Mario Kart print. The Legend Of Zelda, Nintendo Characters, Video Game Characters, Nintendo Games, Nintendo 64, Zelda Video Games, 8bit Art, Classic Video Games, Japanese Painting
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Ukiyo-e Heroes: Donkey Kong Visits Japan. In his fantastical Ukiyo-e Heroes series, illustrator Jed Henry reimagines classic video game characters in the style, setting, and medium of traditional Japanese woodblock prints (ukiyo-e). Star Fox, Nintendo Characters, Video Game Characters, Nintendo Games, Donkey Kong, Metroid, Character Drawing, Character Design, 3d Character
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Ukiyo-e Heroes: Donkey Kong Visits Japan Mario racing a rickshaw, Kirby wielding a katana, and Donkey Kong bounding past cherry blossoms. In his fantastical Ukiyo-e Heroes series, illustrator Jed Henry reimagines classic. Star Fox, Japanese Paper, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japanese Rice, Japanese Artwork, Mario Kart, Mario Bros, Mario Brothers
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