Considering how prevalent it's become in the art you see everywhere on the internet -- including the hated Here's Two Things genre that has fueled the mindless engine of destruction that is online t-shirt sales -- it's always tempting to say that we've had enough of minimalist, graphic-design inspired takes on pop culture. The thing is, when it's done well, it's always fantastic, and Komboh does it very, very well.
Komboh, the collective term for artists Michael W. Mateyko and Hans B. Thiessen, have done an incredible job bringing their design sensibility to stuff like Star Trek, Doctor Who, and posters that promote reading, and they've even done a great job mashing up Adventure Time and The Legend of Zelda. Check out a few of my favorites below!
For comics readers, Katsuya Terada is probably best known for his work on Iron Man and Hellboy, but there's a pretty good chance you're already very familiar with his work, even if you don't know it. As a concept artist, Terada designed characters and settings for The Legend of Zelda, and his work is awesome.
Check out a few of the best designs below, including an adult Link and a, uh, very adult version of the Great Fairy!
While Nintendo's Zelda franchise has long seemed to have a loose sort of chronology, or at least overlapping elements, a new Zelda art book titled Hyrule Historia finally reveals what gamers had long suspected and craved: There is an official timeline mapping every game in the Zelda franchise, and now you can look at it. Kotaku posted a more skeletal versio
Zelda fan films are a dime a dozen, but few have the high level of quality as this video by Devin Graham, where cross-gender Link cosplayer Lindsey Stirling plays a haunting medley of Legend of Zelda music on her fiddle as she traipses through dark castle hallways, snow-covered meadows, and magical forests. Also there is a horse? (via Ko
Nothing against Akira Himekawa's The Legend of Zelda manga, but Zac Gorman's gif-alicious Link comics are about the best illustrated stories to come out of Nintendo games since Nester regularly appeared in Nintendo Power. Gorman'
The fan-film renaissance continues with a brilliant five-minute trailer that transports Link, Princess Zelda and Ganon of Legend of Zelda perfectly into the grainy VHS world of 1980s films including Say Anything, The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Created by Gamervision, the makers of the popular Wes Anderson-parodying God of War video,
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