The Internet is the tool of the independent artist, as visual mediums are easily accessible, and an artist doesn’t need to luckily land him or herself an appearance in a popup art gallery somewhere in order to put his or her work out into the wild. Because of that, we’ve seen some fairly impressive art created through some even more impressive mediums. Jane Labowitch, otherwise known as Princess Etch A Sketch, showcases the synergy between Internet and art with her intricately detailed Nintendo Etch A Sketch illustrations, more of which can be seen below.
No. 1 | Jigglypuff
He's missing his microphone-marker, but this is one seriously impressive puff.
No. 2 | Game Boy
Specifically, a Game Boy playing Pokémon Yellow.
No. 3 | Gangar
The texturing on Gangar's body must've taken quite a while.
No. 4 | Raccoon Mario
Don't argue that it's Tanooki Mario.
No. 5 | Pikachu
The connecting lines make this look more like cyborg Pikachu. You'd buy Pokémon: Cyborg, right?
No. 6 | Princess Peach
Not Princess Daisy, but the same as Princess Toadstool, if you haven't ever straightened that part of your life out.
No. 7 | Yoshi
Even though the texturing on Yoshi's body is intricate and detailed, Labowitch's signature is blowing our minds.
If you’d like to see more of Labowitch’s work, check out her deviantART, which is full of impressive Etch A Sketch illustrations, though they’re not all Nintendo-based.
- Anthropomorphic papercraft Etch A Sketch and Viewmaster
- Etch A Sketch controlled with an NES controller
- Biker uses GPS and makes Baltimore his own Etch A Sketch