PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN

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PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 40 x 60 cm (vertical)
PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 40 x 60 cm (vertical)
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PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 40 x 60 cm (vertical)
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PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
Poster 40 x 60 cm (vertical)
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Vertical poster made of semi-matte photo paper. True colour endurance on highly UV resistant paper. Brand: Spreadshirt
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Poster 40 x 60 cm (vertical)
Normal fit
  • Vertical poster made of semi-matte photo paper. True colour endurance on highly UV resistant paper. Brand: Spreadshirt
Great pictures need to come out well. This large-format poster gives prominence to your best photos and favourite designs. The premium photo paper is guaranteed to turn the eye of the beholder – it comes out great on every wall.

– suitable for vertical designs or photos
– delivered rolled up in wrapping tissue and sturdy mailing tube
– pigment-coated ink print
– true colour endurance and UV resistance
– material: semi-matte photo paper (250g/m²)
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A (cm)
B (cm)
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60.0
40.0

Design Details

PAC-MAN Poster 40x60 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
PAC-MAN 35th Anniversary - Poster 40 X 60- Exclusive Design by Jacob Staermose Title of the art piece: 
Remember the Dawn Artist’s biography: I’ve always been drawing. It is one of the earliest things I remember, me in my room drawing. And even though I started like this it wasn’t until my mid 30s that I started doing Illustrations professionally.
I watched a lot of movies as a kid, especially ‘The Rescuers’. Later I can see that I use coloured lines instead of black, just like they did for Miss Bianca on that movie. Other influences includes Jim Henson’s Muppets and their use of bright colors.
As a kid I didn’t pay attention to who created what, but as an adult I can see that I also draw a lot of inspiration from Leiji Matsumoto. His story with Pac-Man: When I was a child, my first contact with video games was on a Pong Clone at a friends house. But my first contact with an actual arcade machine was a soccer club I came with my father. In the lobby was 4-5 machines. I only remember the Galaga and the Pac-Man. Today these two games still represent finest arcade art from era. Even today when I see Pac-man in any form, I remember that first time, when I saw cabinet with a game inside it. The maze behind the piece I tried a few designs that deviated from my usual style. They didn’t appeal to me at all. I had to go back to my first memory of the game, to connect with the piece. And then it struck me. That is was the dawn of a new era. Just as Kubrick depicted in 2001: A space odyssey. To walk up and touch this whole new form of entertainment.