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Brandon Boyer at 12:26 am Thu, Jun 3, 2010
na-naaaaaaaa nanana-na-na-na-na na-na-na na-na-naaaaaaaa
Brandon, please keep posting these fantastic illustrations. I am just loving your stuff.
You can never have enough Katamari in your life, and this poster is such an original idea.
I have a PS3 and love the Katamari game. My biggest complaint about it though is that there is no downloadable content available for it. I would love to be able to buy more levels.
Or why no follow up game? I want more!!! After playing Little Big Planet and Mod Nation Racers, I don’t know if I’m ever going to buy another game that doesn’t have a level generator and downloadable content.
I love Elizabeth’s work. It wasn’t obvious after looking around for a bit, but is there some way to buy high quality prints?
There have been a couple of follow up games:
Then again, maybe you are thinking of Katamari Forever as the game you played? (The original was Katamari Damacy, released in ’04 for the PS2.) Katamari Forever only came out a few months ago; I’m sure there will be more.
Takahashi wasn’t involved in it, I believe, he’s moved on to Noby Noby Boy!
Beautiful Katamari (on the Xbox 360) has some DLC.
Just look at it.
That’s a fantastic idea, but I’d love to see an iteration that really took advantage of the foundational basics of Art Nouveau- Nouveau compositions are usually painfully planned out and beautifully composed, and there are a lot of elements in this that don’t quite compare.
More of this. Less of everything else.
somewhere, the ghost of alphonse mucha is smiling. (and possibly playing a couple rounds on the great nintendo dsi in the sky.)
Delicious, delicious crab…
roll roll roll.
i love me some Katarmari. and i’m not ashamed.
To my eye, this isn’t really Art Nouveau. This looks like more of the Arts and Crafts style, or maybe Toulouse-Lautrec’s post-impressionist style around the same time.
Art Nouveau has dominant nature themes with climbing vines and organic plant-like shapes. All the emphasis in A.N. is on the elaborate perfection of these ornamental curves.
Why hold off? That’s like holding off on posting more Zelda things. Just a ridiculous thing to do.