“Domo Arigato” as a series takes a look at the paralleled cultural influences of early childhood many of us have experienced and or have seen exhibited today. Classic Japanese cultural icons are infused with luxury branding brilliantly creating an conversation around the identities of the youth today.
Mega Man meets Comme, Sonic meets Louis Vuitton, in a iconoclash that’s a truly astute observation of today’s influences.
My Hero/Anti hero. It’s name is Alias, and due to it’s choice of attire (which he never removes, due to the light burning him) it is unknown whether it is male or female, although bodily structure seems to suggest it’s male, but can’t be too certain. Somewhat childish, Slightly insane.
Artist Marinko Milosevski submitted these original posters based on Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. These amazing works of art are available in both black and white and color versions for sale here for $40 (B&W) and $45 (Color).
The prints are 18x30 in size and are breathtaking. I love the contrast of both versions and if I had the extra money I’d buy all four. If the art of Team Ico’s games makes your day be sure to check out this GIF art and original Colossus art from Chad Gowey.