Video games inspire all kinds of peripheral art. Gamers love to build costumes, compose music, and paint original works. It’s only natural that cartographers would eventually get in on the action.
The mapmakers at City Prints art studio in Atlanta decided to take their skills at charting real-world locales and apply them to games like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Assassin’s Creed.
Each print goes for $40 on the company’s website. For a bit more, fans can get the work expertly framed. For more details or purchasing information, check City Prints’ official website.
Take a look at some of the studio’s work:
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