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  1. Just posted an interest check for Authenically reproduced Colecovision Turbo boxes in the Marketplace. Check it out here. Thanks!
  2. Hello all! My production company just started a Kickstarter campaign for the Atari 2600-themed film CHRISTMAS BYTES. Set in 1982, the film -- produced by Dule Hill (Psych, West Wing), featuring Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Man of Steel) with a soundtrack by The Residents -- is about two fourteen year-old boys, one wants an Atari 2600 for Christmas. The other? A girlfriend. Here's a link to the campaign: http://www.kickstart...christmas-bytes We're offering all sorts of Atari-themed perks, including signed Atari 2600 box art by Cliff Spohn, ATARI FORCE comics signed by Gerry Conway, an 8 bit 'ADVENTURE'-style game made by the amazing folks at 8 Bit Rocket, a 'Swordquest: Waterworld' cartridge and a ton of other great items. Sound interesting? Then head on over to the above link... Questions? Send me a note! -Brett Neveu writer/producer CHRISTMAS BYTES with Wild Mouse Films
  3. UPDATED (2/21/2013): One year after the last batch... COLECOVISION BOXES HAVE RETURNED!!! Starting out the current run: DONKEY KONG I have had just enough time to make a short run of 20 boxes. Life's been busy the last several months, but I still love doing this, and I hope you do too! Get 'em while they're hot! The current revision has some noteworthy differences, namely: New DK video game cabinet Redesigned side text Slight change to copyright text Greater accuracy in design layout More true-to-original overall Boxes are priced at $14.00 USD + Shipping price of $2.50 in the continental United States. Shipping to Canada is now $8.55. Shipping price to Europe is now $12.75. Please PM me if you live in Europe just to verify. PM me if you would like to order and I will reply with a confirmation. Make sure your address is either in Paypal or your PM for faster shipping. Boxes will ship today through next week. Thank you AtariAge/Colecovision Community for all of your support! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Up next... Original description of replica boxes follows below... -------------------------------------------------------------- The box layout has been faithfully redrawn in CAD format using precise measurements from Coleco stock. This box is printed using high-quality laser toner, printed from 600 dpi files, and printed on heavy card stock that is on par with original Colecovision box releases. Inside you will find a redesigned insert that keeps the cart and instructions snugly in place. Finally, the box is treated with a UV-protective finish that gives each box a terrific glossy shine and firmness that will keep your box looking sharp for years to come. The box design was produced in the style true to the primary releases of U.S. Colecovision cartridges in August 1982. The artwork has been completely redrawn with no copied or jpeggy pixelations here! The screenshot on the back of the packaging has been modified from the "artist's rendering" on tube-type television to an actual flat-panel type screen cap. --------------------------------------------------------------
  4. Apologies if this topic has already been discussed, I've tried going through a few different threads but things got a little confusing. I'm trying to determine which box art style came first. Take Moon Patrol for instance; There are at least 3 different box art styles for this game - One red, one silver (matching the style of other similar Atari boxes), and a second silver with its own full-cover sized artwork. The release dates are one thing, but then they could be NTSC/PAL boxes which brings in an entirely different question. Does anyone know the order in which these were released? Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello, Everyone! I spent roughly two weeks completely reconstructing every single Atarisoft box front, as I needed them for my own purposes (I have a smart home system that contains media functionality), and thought they might be of use to everyone else! I had to go through and carefully match the fonts against my font books (from when I did professional fontography and typography layout), and carefully match colors to Pantone against the real boxes that I could find of each type. I think I've done reasonably well, at least they are all consistent. There were many Atarisoft titles which did not have official releases, so I had to make new box art for them, and using the same pattern as the existing ones, I took the illustrations from Atari's existing catalogue, in all cases. I hope you guys like these, They are here: http://imgur.com/a/vlhGF And I'll post a few samples in this thread: Enjoy, Let me know what you think! -Thom
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  7. Hi everyone, I'm trying to find out who it was responsible for Activision's Dragster, Pitfall!, Barnstorming style box art (cover art). Seems tricky finding the answer so far, any ideas? Adam
  8. I wasn't sure where to put this post. I got a homebrew of Megamania called "Mega Metal". I was thinking about Activision art work and thought it could use a box. Then I thought of a better designs for sprites. Can someone point this newbie to the correct forums/posts to teach me to redraw sprites on Megamania. Here is the box art work in progress. Any critiques are welcome. Thanks.
  9. Hi, all! If you didn't know, I'm an author of the upcoming book on Atari box art -- the Art of Atari. (http://amzn.to/1W5v3Jb) And also here: and over here http://atariage.com/forums/topic/220583-art-of-atari-book-in-progress-and-need-help/ I'm also a part of another project on Kickstarter right now, a bonafide documentary about video game box art itself. It's the vision of director Rob McCallum, who has done a bunch of other great work, including the documentary Nintendo Quest. I'm serving as a producer on the documentary, and hope to provide some context, connections with artists, and an overall look at art and design in the classic gaming era. It's shaping up to be supercool, but obviously, for it to happen we need to meet our Kickstarter goals, then go beyond them. We'd love your support and help to just get the word out. This will definitely include a serious look at Atari, but will also go far beyond into the bigger video game world. So, please check it out, and let me know if you have any questions. We're excited to make it happen! For more details: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pyreusa/box-art-a-gaming-documentary
  10. The Video Game BOX ART you see often depends on where you buy it. This video will compares the Japanese Box Art to US/North American Box Art on the Playstation 2. I now realize that European box art is often similar to the Japanese art. Which console should I cover next?
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