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Lilo's Lair #37: Video Game Artwork. Presented by Saljack Enterprises. Gaming. Animation. Media. Entertainment. Woman Owned.

Video Game Artwork! This is something everyone should be into–or at least everyone who loves gaming. Gaming has some of the best artwork. Whether it be concept art before or while the game is being made, artwork inspired by fans, or typography to celebrate being a fan. There is every flavor of gaming artwork, from epic realistic fantasy landscapes to simple cartoons (that still look awesome).

What I’m sharing with you today is some of the best gaming artwork that you can buy! Maybe you have some empty space on your wall that would love to be covered with some art. Though even if you aren’t in the market for art right now, these are great pictures to ogle on your computer screen. Also, with Christmas just a few months away it probably a good time to get those wishlists (or buy lists) started!


#1 Marinko Milosevski

The first artwork I’m going to introduce you to is a collection by Marinko Milosesvki–who is an illustration senior at the college of creative studies in Detroit, Michigan. They have a collection of art that is all about video games, mostly the classics. There is Super Mario, Zelda, Pokemon, Star Fox, and more. Check it out; all posters cost $35. http://marinkoillustration.bigcartel.com/

Image of The Legend of Zelda Series

IMAGE FROM MARINKO ILLUSTRATION

#2 Redbubble

You may or may not know about Redbubble. This is a site where anyone can submit their artwork to be on different products. The site is print on demand, so once you make your order, it is printed just for you. The artist gets paid, your stuff is shipped, everyone is happy. Now, since this site allows for anyone to submit art there is a LOT of options, and at a lot of different price points (from cheap to highish price tags). Since there is so much to choose from, I’m going just to share some of my favorites.

Fallout 4 - Nick in Goodneighbor by gbdesign

IMAGE FROM GBDESIGN

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IMAGE FROM ZODIAC MERCH

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IMAGE FROM MRBILLI

Check out more of what Redbubble has to offer in gaming art here! Check out their other categories for gaming shirts, stickers, and more.


#3 FanGamer

Fangamer is a sweet site dedicated to merchandise for gamers. Not only do they have artwork for your walls, but they also have shirts, stuff for your home and office, plushies, and more. While there might not be as many options as the massive Redbubble, there is still a whole lot of art to choose from, and you may check it out here.

IMAGE FROM FANGAMER

IMAGE FROM FANGAMER

#4 Fine Art America

This is another one of those great sites that let any artist upload their work to be sold in print on demand style. I love these type of sites because it brings the buyer such a wide range of options from people in every background. Another thing I like about this site is that their video game art section lets you choose between different categories like photos, digital art, and paintings. Check out the art here.

Now, because this site lets anyone upload their art that means you can probably find the artist selling on other similar places online–like Redbubble.

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IMAGE FROM FINE ART AMERICA

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IMAGE FROM FINE ART AMERICA

#5 Cook & Becker

This site likes to call itself a “next gen art dealer.” This is not the top of the site where people can upload their work. No, this site seeks out the leading artists in the gaming genre. They like finding artists and studios that are playing a significant role in the scene. They only have artwork made by the most talented gaming artists. Their price tags are also a little steeper than other sites. Check out their gaming art here.

IMAGE FROM CANDB

IMAGE FROM CANDB

#6 Amazon

Of course, you can buy art off of Amazon; you can buy everything from Amazon these days. What you will find on Amazon is the popular artwork (for popular games). What you can also find is books of artwork for a game which is kind of cool and makes a great coffee table book for visitors. Check those out here. One of the most popular art books for sale is The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule HistoriaIt only cost $26.47, which makes it cheaper than a lot of the artwork on here, and its a whole book of art! What this book specifically offers is not full-page pictures of art though, but instead provides tons of history about the history of Legend of Zelda and includes a lot of the art from the games.

IMAGE FROM AMAZON

Another popular one to check out is The World of the Witcher: Video Game CompendiumThis includes full pages of art as well as tons of in-depth information about the Witcher world. This book costs $21.89, make it another steal compared to some of the art prints I’ve listed on this page.

IMAGE FROM AMAZON

#7 Etsy

The last site on my list is Etsy. The site all about buying and selling vintage or handmade goods. There is a plethora of video game gear on Etsy. This is where creative types can make and sell whatever they want. The prices also have a big range. Some things are cheap; some are oh-my-god high.  Though that is usually for something a little fancier than an art poster. Check out the options here.

IMAGE FROM AMBROSIAPRINTS

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16 thoughts on “Lilo’s Lair #37: Video Game Artwork

  1. Chatingale says:

    I agree that gaming produces best artworks in this day and age. It helps attract more people to play games.

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  2. Love that Ludwig one! I think every person who is into gaming HAS to appreciate video game artwork. Without it, we wouldn’t even have the game!

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  3. kulengs says:

    Love the FanGamer. I agree that because we have these kind of visuals, more are attracted to gaming.

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  4. zeus04 says:

    These masterpieces are great focal pieces and conversation-starters for my uber-geek place! Thanks for the tip, Lilo!

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  5. t1na84 says:

    These are so cuuttee, Lilo! I hope they won’t cost me an arm and a leg to get a couple of ’em! I can already imagine the The Assasin’s Creed work hanging over the bedroom wall ~nice

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  6. Mau says:

    These are fun sites for artists who are probably gamers as well. They are also a great way to share your craft and earn a few bucks along the way.

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  7. valine13 says:

    I like the Zelda artwork! It looks so retro!

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  8. darkkvader says:

    The ones who did these are so creative! I think this is very enjoyable to do.

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  9. stephanie254 says:

    FanGamer looks so sweet, girly, interesting, colorful and full of life. Nothing proves you a true gamer more than gaming t-shirts👕 , screen savers 🏖and wall artwork 🎨.

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  10. i bet i know a few nephews who would love some of this art work. especially like assassins creed or witcher. thank you for sharing some sites i never knew about.

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  11. It draws consumers in I will give it that. However, keeping them in the loop is the key here. For that you need a good game not just art.

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  12. micorobin says:

    I collect anime and game posters. I have Final Fantasy back then. Yes to me Posters are art too. Sometimes It is the one grabbing attention.

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  13. I really love the rendition that was made Redbubble of the Fallout 4! I love the layers of the artwork. I’d love to have it and hang it in our gaming room.

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  14. Every game lover should know this thing. I really like fine art America

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  15. I don’t own any posters from this artists but, I do like having posters of anime and putting it in my bedroom, gives me the good vibes every time.

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  16. charleenmae says:

    Thanks for this, Lilo. Always waiting for your articles. I’ll be checking them closely one by one on my off.

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