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You can now buy prints of the art featured in Scroll Magazine

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Scroll is an elegantly designed magazine produced by former 1UP.com Features Editor Ray Barnholt. Each issue centers on different themes found in gaming history and culture. Editions are beautifully tied together with some of the best game-related art I have ever seen, including the Dragon Quest slime above.

The impressive photographs and collages that fill Scroll mirror the amount of time and dedication that goes into each feature story. It's a shame that you couldn't buy prints before now, but those dark times are over.

Depending on the size you want, prints start at $14 and go all the way up to $55. The slime piece is certainly my favorite.

If you've never read an issue of Scroll, you're missing out on some of most outstanding work I have ever seen. The Dragon Quest 25th anniversary issue is free right now if you want the digital copy, so I recommend you check it out. I'm sure you'll fall in love with the magazine just like I did.


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