9 Awesome 8-Bit Video Game Posters From 'Multiplayer x2' at Gallery 1988
Nate Duvall/Gallery 1988: Melrose
Starting tonight, Gallery 1988: Melrose plays host to "Multiplayer x2," featuring the pixelated posters of more than 30 artists riffing on Golden Age video games. It's a follow-up to last year's "Multiplayer" show at Gallery 1988: Venice. The show runs through March 3. Join in the fun at the opening reception tonight, Feb. 10, at 7020 Melrose Ave., kicking off at at 7 p.m.
Below, some of our favorite prints from the show, courtesy of the folks over at Gallery 1988.
Ibraheem Youssef/Gallery 1988
Back when two buttons was all you needed.
Alan Hynes/Gallery 1988
You are never, ever going to make it.
James Flames/Gallery 1988
It's dangerous to go alone. Take this.
DKNG Studios/Gallery 1988
The eternal battles.
Jason Liwag/Gallery 1988
Learning our letters in a whole new way.
Todd Slater/Gallery 1988
Donkey Kong kaleidoscoping out in every direction.
Ryan Brinkerhoff/Gallery 1988
A shout-out to the underappreciated Link's Awakening.
Billy and Jimmy Lee: two of the baddest dudes to ever sport bouffants.
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