There was a time when playing video games was all about spending all your change in those dark places known as Arcades, or becoming someones best friend because he had that console that no one else had. Waiting 15 minutes for the game to load, or blowing on the cartridge when it wouldn’t load. It wasn’t perfect, but it was our universe. This universe sparked the desire to portray those first heroes, villains, cheat codes, the basic colors or the 8-bit sounds, the power-ups and everything that changed the panorama of video games into what it is today.
Add fuel to the fire, aka.Corleone, Fidel, Jucapinga, Min, Phomer, Target and Tosco, have begun the first round of “Push-Click”. They are gamers as well as artists that have come together to present new, original work, limited edition screen prints, games and old school gaming accessories… from back in the days when the definition was low and the pixels were fewer.


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