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Multiplayer: A Tribute to Classic Video Games

Gallery 1988 and the folks over at OMG Posters are teaming up for an epic video game inspired show to celebrate the opening of 1988's new location in Santa Monica, CA. With an all star lineup of some of today's hottest print artists, "Multiplayer" looks to be a great way to ring in the New Year and to debut the new gallery to the Los Angeles community. Hi-Fructose has managed to get a first look at Brandon Schaefer's Tron image, check it, along with the new works by Todd Slater, Kevin Tong and Eric Tan after the jump.

Brandon Schaefer (TRON)

Gallery 1988 and the folks over at OMG Posters are teaming up for an epic video game inspired show to celebrate the opening of 1988’s new location in Santa Monica, CA. With an all star lineup of some of today’s hottest print artists, “Multiplayer” looks to be a great way to ring in the New Year and to debut the new gallery to the Los Angeles community. Hi-Fructose has managed to get a first look at Brandon Schaefer‘s Tron image, check it, along with the new works by Todd Slater, Kevin Tong and Eric Tan here.

Kevin Tong (Tetris)

Todd Slater (Legend of Zelda)

Eric Tan (Duck Hunt)

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