Vintage arcade machines are, truth be told, something that we spend an undue amount of time pining about here at Coolector HQ and whilst we no longer spend time frequenting arcades, we can still celebrate the awesomeness of these 80s and 90s machines and it would appear that we’re not alone in our love of these contraptions as these brilliant Nache Ramos Horrorcade Prints admirably illustrate.
Nache Ramos is a Valencia based graphic designer and illustrator and his Horrorcade series of prints is unquestionably up our stylistic street here at The Coolector. This visually engaging and brilliantly realised series of arcade inspired prints are a celebration of some of the finest machines to have graced your local arcade back in the day such as Shinobi, 1942 and Gals Panic. Check out some more shots below of these superb looking pieces of art:
With such skill in their execution, it really brings these brilliant arcade games back to life and Nache Ramos isn’t an illustrator that we were previously familiar with but such is the out and out awesomeness of his Horrorcade series of prints, you can rest assured will be keeping tabs on his work in the future.
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