Happy birthday Link !

The Hero Complex Gallery celebrates Zelda’s 30th birthday through an amazing art show. Dozens of artists participated through original art, limited prints, statues and paintings. The proof that Shigeru Miyamoto’s creation, released in 1986 on NES, marked a whole generation of artists ! My selection below, you can check the whole show on the Hero Complex Gallery‘s website.

Zelda 30th Anniversary Art Celebration at Hero Complex Gallery 2

Entering The Sanctuary By Nathaniel Bart

Exiting The Sanctuary By Nathaniel Bart

Entering The Sanctuary By Nathaniel Bart

Entering The Sanctuary By Nathaniel Bart

A CHILDISH MIND WILL TURN TO NOBLE AMBITION! BY J.Q. HAMMER

A CHILDISH MIND WILL TURN TO NOBLE AMBITION! BY J.Q. HAMMER

A Link to my Past by Lou Pimentel

A Link to my Past by Lou Pimentel

Balance by Andrew Thompson

Balance by Andrew Thompson

Death to Fear by Shelley Couvillion

Death to Fear by Shelley Couvillion

Dreaming of Koholint Island by Audrey Kawasaki

Dreaming of Koholint Island by Audrey Kawasaki

Ganondorf by Samuel Sho Ho

Ganondorf by Samuel Sho Ho

Hyrule by Will Pigg

Hyrule by Will Pigg

Koholint Island DX by Drew Wise

Koholint Island DX by Drew Wise

Korok #1 by Michelle Coffee

Korok #1 by Michelle Coffee

Korok #2 by Michelle Coffee

Korok #2 by Michelle Coffee

Legend of Zelda by Chris Brake

Legend of Zelda by Chris Brake

Link by Danny Haas

Link by Danny Haas

Magic Meadow by Alina Chau

Magic Meadow by Alina Chau

Majora's Mask by Victor Medina

Majora’s Mask by Victor Medina

Solace by Shelley Couvillion

Solace by Shelley Couvillion

Target by Allison Strejlau

Target by Allison Strejlau

The Shadow Warrior by Jared Circusbear

The Shadow Warrior by Jared Circusbear

Zelda - Link by The Dark Inker

Zelda – Link by The Dark Inker

Zelda by Nicolas Delort

Zelda by Nicolas Delort

Zelda by Van Orton Design

Zelda by Van Orton Design

Zelda vs Bow-Wows by Benson Shum

Zelda vs Bow-Wows by Benson Shum

About The Author

Thomas Olivri est le créateur de Geek-Art.net, et l'auteur de Geek-Art une Anthologie, chez Huginn & Muninn. Il est également curateur à la French Paper Gallery de Paris, et vient de signer son premier ouvrage d'auteur, Papa Geek à la Rescousse, toujours chez Huginn & Muninn. Thomas Olivri is the funder of Geek-Art.net. He also is the author of the Geek-Art Anthology Books, published by Huginn & Muninn in France and Chronicle Books in the USA. Curator at the French Paper Gallery, he also is the author of Papa Geek to the Rescue, from Huginn & Muninn.

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