I bet you never thought you'd be comparing dated Nintendo cartridge games to beautifully screen-printed wall art. But that's exactly what you'll be doing once you get a glimpse at the eye candy on hand at this year's "My Famicase Exhibition," put on by METEOR, a Tokyo-based game culture shop. Every year (this being the 10th anniversary) artists submit custom NES cartridge art to be displayed in the showcase—this year, attendees will have the chance to check out 113 video game designs.
Aside from the jazzing up passed-due tech, artists are also responsible for coming up with a imaginative creative concept that goes along with the "video game" they're designing. The designs are printed on labels, which are then affixed to the cartridges.
The cut-off for entries was March 31, but there's always next year. If you find yourself in Tokyo on or before May 31, make sure to stop by the shop to see these designs in-person.
Via The Fox Is Black