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Pixel Galaxy - A Book About The Good Old Times.
Pixel Galaxy is a hyper-classy book by Sergio Ingravalle all about Game Boy games and pixel graphics. Oldschool gamers and geeky graphic design heads might find this book/s use of pixel art and typography border-line erotic.

While Sergio is still looking for a publisher for this project, let’s all cross our fingers and hope that there’s an English version in the works.
[Via TCTD]

albotas:

Pixel Galaxy - A Book About The Good Old Times.

Pixel Galaxy is a hyper-classy book by Sergio Ingravalle all about Game Boy games and pixel graphics. Oldschool gamers and geeky graphic design heads might find this book/s use of pixel art and typography border-line erotic.

While Sergio is still looking for a publisher for this project, let’s all cross our fingers and hope that there’s an English version in the works.

[Via TCTD]