GamesBeat previously interviewed Pauline Acaline, co-founder and creative designer at 72pins, to learn about the process, legalities, and business model of using old Nintendo Entertainment Cartridges as art canvases. Now the team is taking their signature retro pixel art on the road with the 72pins art show.
In addition to new and classic cart art like the Sword & Sorcery image above (by Matej Jan), there will also be more traditional paintings like this awesome Samus piece by Austin James.
The full list of artists whose work will be appearing and event details are below:
72pins Art Gallery
And finally, a gallery showcasing some of 72pins best and most recent works.
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