Typographic Prints Make Art From Gamers Favorite Quips

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Via NerdWire, we have today a set of typographic prints and t-shirts representing some of gaming's most famous icons, old and new.

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These aren't quite the "standard" typographic style where the words themselves form the entirety of the art, but I enjoyed how the minimalistic icons and colors worked together with the words to evoke the highlights of the games. Particularly in the case of Pac-Man and of Metal Gear Solid, which gave me a definite giggle.

Click through the gallery for more!

Video Game Typographic Prints [NerdWire]

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John Kauderer

I've seen much better typography. Looks like he or she used Arial or Helvetica which is often the first and last choice of the naive designer. Also the best of these types of images usually use the type to fill or create the image. These are by and large unimpressive and maybe even a little lazy.

I'd give this person a B- or C+ depending on the level of skill of the rest of the class.