See if you can spot your favorite character. Or least favorite. Since, y’know. Dark Souls.
The seven new propaganda posters promoting The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 are all terrific, but the one-legged tattooed lumberjack is probably the most memorable:
Back in 2010, the organizers of the annual Tokyo Game Show tapped illustrator Ippei Gyoubu to design the show's main visual. Yesterday Gyoubu and TGS revealed this year's poster and theme: the transformation of fun. Explains the butterfly motif.
Depressed Toad and Sonic from a series of illustrations available as prints by Christopher Hemsworth:
Two in a series of print advertisements from the world of Legend of Zelda:
Fro Design Company just unveiled a brand new series of travel posters inspired by the Street Fighter series. See all six below:
Poster by James Harvey for an upcoming talk by the creators of Doom and Myst. See the entire poster and details about the show below:
Love the stylish look of iOS game Monument Valley? The artist and designer is Ken Wong, who previously worked on Alice: Madness Returns. Enjoy more video game art by him below, including posters you can buy now, and his takes on the Link and Morrigan:
Next Wednesday, at noon Eastern, Rockstar plans to release their first trailer for Max Payne 3. Until then you're going to have to make do with this poster that confirms that Payne has hair and is a sweaty drunk.... or maybe he just has malaria.
Brooklyn-based Pop Chart Lab's latest poster is another attempt to show the lineage of video game controllers, from the twin sticks of Spacewar! to the lonely, somewhat sui generis Wii U tablet sitting lonely at the bottom. A signed and numbered print will run you just 24 clams.
While its big, burly characters make it look like it wants to be Gears of War, Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine's core tenant is distinctly un-Gears-like: Cover is for the weak.
Mega Man, reimagined in one of 12 old-school ads by Brian Miggels and Brian Altano of IGN. Zelda, Pac-Man, Solid Snake and more are at the link. [IGN]
GameStop stores' monthly poster shipment includes this lovely advertisement for the rumored black Nintendo Wii, bundled with Wii Sports, Wii MotionPlus, and Wii Sports Resort.