From Gameroom Junkies comes a simple minimalist design commemorating the iconic work of arcade designer Brian Colin, famous for the hit arcade game Rampage. This design is an exclusive to the Southern-Fried Gameroom Expo 2015. Continue Reading →
Two more classic arcade game minimalist designs are now available as physical posters to hang in your gameroom. My Dig Dug and Burgertime designs are two of my favorites and would look great hanging next to your Gauntlet minimalist poster.… Continue Reading →
Due to popular demand, I have decided to offer some of my minimalist arcade poster designs for sale for a limited time. The first of my poster designs available for purchase is my personal favorite – Gauntlet. These will be… Continue Reading →
I think this is about as minimalist as you can get, however, this color scheme is instantly recognizeable as Ms Pac Man.
Per request from Patrick and others, today’s minimalist poster is Bride of Pinbot. Minimal in every sense of the word, The Machine uses only 3 colors, shapes only, and limited imagery. The classic Williams’ game Bride of Pinbot is my… Continue Reading →
My first attempt at a minimalist pinball poster is for the classic Williams game, “Funhouse”. The most dominant feature of that game is obviously the iconic Rudy talking head, so that obviously had to be come the primary focus for… Continue Reading →
This minimalist poster doesn’t blatantly state the title of the arcade classic, but hopefully the simplicity of the design, let’s you know that you’re looking at Double Dragon! This beat ’em up classic from Taito was an arcade sensation in… Continue Reading →
Here’s my latest offering in my minimalist arcade poster project: The arcade classic Qix, by Taito. I am going to try to make a few more in the coming weeks, but it looks like there’s going to be enough interest… Continue Reading →