August 9, 2010 8:00 AM | Eric Caoili
UK illustrator and SCE Europe UI artist Ashley Browning has taken a break from creating those "Videogame Minimalism" pieces that attracted so much attention and inspired so many derivative works, to explore a concept that's really not too different: abstract versions of Street Fighter II's eight world warriors!
"This is a one-off piece, and a departure from the usual Videogame Minimalism pieces. This time, the idea was to go really, really basic. Initially, it felt like a Bauhaus/De Stijl inspired piece, but once it was finished, it also looked like the primitive graphics from Atari 2600 or Intellivision consoles."
You can buy the artwork on a shirt for around $21-$23 depending on the style at MySoti. And if you want to see more of these, I've included an abstract Mario set inspired by Browning's work and created by 4 color rebellion's Nick Luckett after the break:
[Via Infinite Continues]