Vintage console illustrations

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  1. ah ha! I knew there had to be a reason behind these! left me hangin’ for the whole weekend trying to come up with a reason for ’em! keep up the good work! always look forward to Signalnoise designs!

  2. These are great! Nostalgic!:D
    It was awsm to finally meet you live and up close during the Graphika Manila 2013! See you soon! :D

  3. These look incredible. I love your use of subtle brush strokes in conjunction with the noise/overall retro styling.

  4. Dude, these are awesome! The look of a Super Nintendo controller makes me pretty glad I got to experience it when it came out. Are you gonna do any of Mario Paint?

  5. I really dig these, James. The style is a good mashup of the vintage illustration you were aiming for, and the “speckled gradient” (as I’ll call it) that is a calling-card of sorts in much your work.

  6. Hey James,

    These are pretty lovely. One more, and you have a set of 8 prints that would just look lovely on a wall. I would just remove the brands, or some of the text (the “power” and “reset” on the SNES buttons for instance) to make them a tad less distracting elements, and booyaa.

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James White is a digital artist and speaker hailing from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. With over 20 years of experience, James has worked with many international brands and has taken the stage at design conferences across the globe. He loves hot pink, chrome text and stuff from the 1980s.

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