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Japanese Famicom Controller Pop Art Print

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Japanese Famicom Controller Pop Art Print

from 20.00

Famicom (ファミコン, Famikon), short for Family Computer (ファミリーコンピュータ, Famirii Konpyuuta) is a Japanese Nintendo gaming system designed and released in Japan in 1983. It was a huge success as well as the predecessor to the Nintendo’s NES console that in 1986 would take the North American gaming industry by storm.

This print is a nostalgic flashback to the great video gaming of the 80s, when technology was simpler and the games were harder to complete. :)

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Famicom (ファミコン, Famikon), short for Family Computer (ファミリーコンピュータ, Famirii Konpyuuta) is a Japanese Nintendo gaming system designed and released in Japan in 1983. It was a huge success as well as the predecessor to the Nintendo’s NES console that in 1986 would take the North American gaming industry by storm.

This print is a nostalgic flashback to the great video gaming of the 80s, when technology was simpler and the games were harder to complete. :)

Prints are printed with bleed on a high quality heavyweight 192g/m2 stock Epson Enhanced Matte Paper on an Epson Stylus Pro using 100 year lasting pigment ink technology.

Prints are packaged with care, and shipped in sturdy rigid protective envelope with a cardboard backing inside a clear sleeve for 8×10 prints, or in a kraft cardboard tube for larger size prints.

*Frame is not included. Our prints are offered in the most popular sizes, and work well with IKEA or other local store ready-made frames.