Found On The InterNERD: Nintendo Graffiti

Howdy friends, welcome back to the InterNERD. Nintendo’s Famicon system just had it’s 30th anniversary last month. With such a huge impact on pop-culture already, Nintendo is still going strong with the Wii U. Like the FOTI Star Wars Graffiti, I dug up some sweet Nintendo street art. Here are the coolest, nerdiest Nintendo graffiti I found on the InterNERD.

Metroid Graffiti. This piece is pretty nice, depicting a full scene right out of the game.

metroid-graffiti

Kirby Graffiti. The expanding pink puffball Kirby is here, looking like he is trapped in a doorway.

kirby-graffiti

Mario Fire Hydrant. This is pretty sweet, I want to make these all around town!

mario-hydrant

Double Dragon Graffiti. The twin brothers are ready to fight! This was the biggest picture I could find, it’s still pretty awesome.

double-dragon-graffiti

Dig Dug Graffiti. All the tunnels dug led to a parking garage. Dig Dug isn’t exclusively Nintendo I know, it has been released on many consoles.

dig-dug-graffiti

Game Boy Power Box. This is pretty clever. An outside power utility box painted to look like a Nintendo Game Boy. Looking closely I think it says Game Girl on there.

gameboy-graffiti

Tetris Graffiti. It goes hand in hand with the Game Boy, I hope I get a line soon.

tetris-graffiti

Link Trash Can. Grumble grumble, this lady doesn’t even realize how cool this garbage can in.

link-graffiti-trash

Duck Hunt Graffiti. Such a rad piece on this subway train. Not sure which country this is in, what is nawas?

duck-hunt-graffiti

Ghosts and Goblins Graffiti. Oh yeah, the fact that someone did this makes me happy. I remember playing this game a lot.

ghosts-goblins-graffiti

Mario Graffiti. A great use of existing pipes in your environment. I love it.

mario-pipe-graffiti

Princess Peach Graffiti. Sometimes a well placed door really adds value to a piece.

princess-peach-graffiti

Thanks for tuning in. A whole lot of really awesome pieces showcased this week. Do you have any graffiti we should at in another volume? Share them with us at news@thenerdfilter.com or through our Facebook page. Like us and subscribe to our YouTube channel so you are part of our community. Tune in next week to get your nerd fix.