8 posts tagged kyle fewell
♥ this Pikmin art ⊟
Everything about this is the best. It’s from Kyle Fewell (who never seems to disappoint with his illustrations), and it’s another piece that will be at the Fangamer ♥ Attract Mode party in Seattle on August 30. Hopefully we’ll see prints of these eventually sold online!
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Gravity Rush holiday card by Kyle Fewell ⊟
So happy to have an excuse to post some Gravity Rush/Kat art here. This is one of several holiday cards Attract Mode will be selling at the Bit Bazaar Winter Market, a “unique celebration of the art and craft of indie games, web comics, and good food,” going down at Toronto’s Bento Miso this Saturday. Why does everything awesome only happen in NYC, California, and Toronto?
Fabulous Fangamer X Attract Mode prints on sale ⊟
Remember all those great pieces we featured from last summer’s Fangamer X Attract Mode show? They’re now available to purchase online over at the Attract Mode shop! Though some of the prints are made to order, if you place your order soon, you should still be able to get them in time for Christmas in case you want to give them out as presents.
NYU Game Center X Attract Mode
If you’re in the area and into indie games, NYU Game Center will hold its 4th Annual No Quarter exhibition tonight (7PM), which features “commissioned work from established and emerging independent developers, who have all been challenged to create games for a social, gallery setting.”
It will also showcase and sell artwork from talented folks inspired by indie games, like the above Nidhogg and BaraBariBall pieces from Kyle Fewell and Hamlet Machine (the logo is from Cory Schmitz). You can RSVP here and find more info at the event’s Facebook page.
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One of many wonderful pieces appearing at Attract Mode’s Comics Vs. Games 2 event at The Toronto Comic Arts Festival running from May 11 to 12.
If this cat and game systems look familiar, we featured them about a year ago with another Kyle Fewell illustration!
Game Boy and Fox
Two comics about the old handheld brick for your morning, the top one from Lamar Abrams and the other from Kyle Fewell. What a wonderful time we live in, when we can just wake up and have a couple Game Boy comics waiting for us.
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A chubby cat and a bunch of video game consoles, drawn by Kyle Fewell for Matt Hawkins’ long delayed but still anticipated FORT90ZINE4ANSWER.
Fewell posted a similar awesome piece last week, but I didn’t get a chance to share it here before it blew up on Tumblr like whoa. Look at this cat.
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