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It’s London…but not! The city’s landmarks—Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben, and the now-defunct Sanyo sign—are distilled, remixed, and set free in this anime-inspired London Poster by the Berlin-based design collective, eBoy. In a style that feels like a mad combination of Where’s Waldo and Akira, eBoy creates an 8-bit visual narrative in which the depicted actions provide both comic relief and subtle social criticism. This extra-large digital print—measuring 47” wide and 33” in height—is a spectacular format for taking in such intricate illustrative work.
CMYK offset digital print. Unframed.
W 46.80” H 33.10”
Based in Berlin’s dynamic art scene, eBoy is a multidisciplinary digital design studio run by Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig, and Svend Smital. eBoy creates remarkably detailed 8-bit illustrations—called “Pixorama”—as well as toys and animation. Its collaborations include wall decals for Blik and print advertising for Coca-Cola’s Open Happiness campaign in Belfast.