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Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection

Article: By Max. C

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Mauricio Herrera

Mauricio Herrera

Mauricio Herrera was born in 1975 in La Serena, northern Chile. He has been working as an illustrator since the age of 19.
He began publishing work for Visual Editions, creating Diablo, the first comic book in Chile to use computer coloring. 

Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection

Super Retro Art From The Past

Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection

BitMap Books "Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection" is here to fix that Snes era itch you have been scratching for 20+ year or so. Featuring 250 Japanese Box art form legendary covers, rare or even never published. The collection is presented in a hardback edition or collector's edition equiped with a Heavy board box printed with pantone inks and a gold foil blocked logo. (A must for collectors)

And if you want to go the extra mile, Wil Overton cover work will be available for order on a A2 poster regular or signed(50 available).
This collection is sure to 1UP your inspiration, for more information and pre-order head over to BitMap Website.

Book specifications (40$US)
250mm x 250mm, Hardback, Lithographic print, Sewn binding, Charcoal Grey wibalin cover with gold foil blocked logo.

Collector's Edition specifications (70$US)
270mm x 270mm, Heavy board box printed with pantone inks and a gold foil blocked logo, Clear plastic tray.

 

 



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