Doctor “Eggman” Robotnik lives up to his nickname in this humorous Easter / Sonic themed piece by Oskunk. See more of his custom creations here.
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Eggman by Oskunk (Flickr)
When it first came out, the Modern Warfare 2 Xbox 360 console was pretty rad, but artist Oskunk took it to another level with his design on the newer style 360. Check out more of his excellent custom creations here.
Custom Xbox 360 “Call of Duty MW2” by Oskunk (Flickr)
The old school Nintendo Game Boy got a Mushroom Kingdom paint job thanks to artist Oskunk. Check out more of his excellent custom creations here.
Custom Game Boy “Mario Land” by Oskunk (Flickr)
The plain white Nintendo Wii got a much needed paint job thanks to talented artist Oskunk. Check out more of his excellent custom creations here.
Custom “ZELDA” Wii by Oskunk (Flickr)
Samus has got you in her crosshairs thanks to Oskunk and his new custom Super NES Metroid design. Check out more of his excellent creations here.
Custom Super NES Metroid by Oskunk (Flickr)
A Stormtrooper stands tall with only the use of typography relating to that great Star Wars film. This 24” x 30” painting was created by artist Oskunk.
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Star “LETTERS” Wars by Oskunk (Flickr)
Sonic has been reborn with only the use of typography relating to the actual video game. This 24” x 30” painting was created by artist Oskunk.
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Sonic & Letters by Oskunk (Flickr)
Skies of Arcadia was a classic Dreamcast game and is now an actual part of the system itself. Another great custom painted console by Oskunk!
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Dreamcast Skies of Arcadia by Oskunk (Flickr)
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