Bowser is not the only one responsible for trying to get rid of the Mario brothers. He would be nowhere without his goons. This design is for all those goombas that have been smashed, all the koopas that have been crushed, and all the boos, who have been scared.
Tags: gaming, geek, nerd, gamer, minions
This design is a parody of the Fritos corn chips, with a Lord of the Rings twist to it. So, when exploring Middle Earth and hunger calls your name, grab yourself a bag of Frodo's, and throw that hungry to the pits of Mount Doom.
Tags: fellowship-of-the-ring, gandalf, middle-earth, chips, fridos
When starting your day off searching for the Doctor, grab a box of Exterminate O’s! This design was created because I love Doctor Who and it was about time I created a design from it. I thought a Doctor Who cereal would be great fun, thus Exterminate O’s was born.
Tags: the-doctor, doctor, nerd, scifi, science-fiction
It’s time to ROCK and roll!!! Get it? Music has always been an amazing thing that has inspired much of my artwork. So in the thought process of doing something musical I thought of rock in roll. Then I pondered, “What is nerdy and rock like.” Then I’m like, “Rock type Pokemon, of course!” So I put the first rock Pokemon, Geodude , Graveler, and Golem in a band. The rest is history.
Tags: gamerlife, brock, humor, golem, geodude
I’ve noticed that crest designs have been going around recently and I thought I would get in on that action and do a crest for a favorite, and classic game, “Dig Dug.” I have always loved “Dig Dug,” and the retro feel it gives which I also feel I pulled off somewhat with the design.
Tags: hartmanarts, digging, ground, namco, arcade-game
One of my favorite games growing up was Yoshi’s Island. When on vacation, you can often find postcards at gift shops saying, “Greetings from”, wherever your location is at. I thought it would be fun to make a postcard design from Yoshi’s Island.
Tags: retro-gamer, nintendo, mariobros, mario-brothers, yoshi-egg
Dig Dug (ディグダグ Digu Dagu) was an arcade game developed and published by Namco in Japan in 1982. It ran on Namco Galaga hardware, and was published outside Japan by Atari. The objective of Dig Dug was to eliminate underground-dwelling monsters by inflating them with an air pump until they explode, or by dropping rocks on them. This Dig Dug t-shirt features the original Japanese name set in Kanji along with Dig Dug, a Fygar and a Pooka. This version includes some subtle vintage effects to give it some 80's cred.
Tags: vintage, galaga, fygar, pooka, kanji