Artist and illustrator Astor Alexander reworks Nintendo games as pulp fiction novels
Video games are chewing gum for the brain. They are tasty, satisfying only to a point and leave you wanting more. San Diego-based artist and illustrator Astor Alexander has reworked Nintendo as pulp fiction novels.
The Legend Of Zelda
Alexander draws from Rudy Nappi’s Man-Killer (Metroid,) Robert McGinnis’ Kill Now, Pay Later (The Legend of Zelda), and the covers of Naked Nurse and The Sleeper (Super Mario).
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Super Mario Bros
Posted: 12th, February 2015 | In: Books, In Pictures, Technology Comment | Follow the Comments on our RSS feed: RSS 2.0 | TrackBack | Permalink