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PAC-MAN Poster 60X40 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN

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PAC-MAN Poster 60X40 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
PAC-MAN Poster 60X40 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
Design
PAC-MAN Poster 60X40 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN - Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
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PAC-MAN Poster 60X40 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
Normal fit
Horizontal poster made of semi-matte photo paper. True colour endurance on highly UV resistant paper. Brand: Spreadshirt
19,99
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Description
Poster 60 x 40 cm (horizontal)
Normal fit
  • Horizontal 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 horizontal 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)
Size chart
A (cm)
B (cm)
One size
40.0
60.0

Design Details

PAC-MAN Poster 60X40 EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
PAC-MAN 35th Anniversary: Poster 60X40 - Exclusive design by Salvador Anguiano His story with Pac-Man: Pac-Man was the very first videogame I was "allowed" to play by my mom, so my first encounter with it was through the Atari 2600 and I was allowed to play with it because an uncle told my mom it was "good for my brain" which it really was just him being a good guy and helping me get that console and some games to play with. I would spend whole afternoons trying to beat my scores, turning it off just before mom came back from work, being an only child with a single mom that worked long hours cartoons and videogames were my babysitters and was the very first one for me! I was actually quite little to go to the Arcade by myself when Pac-man was all the rage, so my first contact with a Pac-Man arcade came later on when I found an older machine in some obscure arcade joint, it smelled bad, weird people were in there all the time, but that machine ate every single penny I had! — The maze behind the piece: Taking the idea of the maze a bit further into a real, complex context like a railway system map. I'm using the Tokyo Railway Network map because Pac-Man creator Toru Iwatani was born in the Meguro ward of Tokyo. We see Pac-Man and all his 8-bit universe invading the "real" world, easting away at the lines and stations. Making a representation of how videogames take over our lives/work once we've become fans