Posted by marc May 04, 2016
Famicase Art

The annual My Famicase exhibition is underway at the METEOR shop in Tokyo and is on display until the end of the month. Artists from around the world create new stickers for Famicom (the Japanese NES) carts, implying gameplay and narrative though one simple illustration. Hundreds of cases are up for viewing, and Studio Uamou - who have two pieces in the show - were awesome enough to shoot a video of the exhibit being built. Check it out below, and see the gallery for a few of our favorite examples of last year's cases!

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