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    Original Video Game Art (OVGA) is a platform and virtual gallery dedicated to the sharing and appreciation of original video game artwork and responsible artists. OVGA seeks to raise awareness for this artwork and serve as a knowledge repository for art collectors and fans alike. We currently have over 250 original video game works of art and 125 artist profiles in our database.

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  • Curator's Highlights

    Bionic Commando NES box art Frank Cirocco

    Might and Magic: Darkside of Xeen Personal Computer PC DOS Box Art

    X-Men 2: Clone Wars Sega Genesis Unused Box Art

  • Artist Profile Highlights

    Ron Randall

    Born: November 22, 1956
    Nationality: American
    Education: The Kubert School,

    Ron Randall is an American comic book artist best known as the creator of the character Trekker.

    Greg Winters

    Born: May 18, 1956
    Nationality: American
    Location: Malibu, California
    Education: University of California, Berkeley (1976); ArtCenter (1982)
    Known For : Mega Man series

    Greg Winters is an internationally recognized illustrator and artist. He graduated from ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California in 1982 and immediately transitioned into being a sought after illustrator, illustrating for the video game industry as early as 1984 with the Gremlins for the Atari 2600, along with Asteroids for the Atari 7800.

    He illustrated more game boxes than any other artist of which we are aware: well over 100 titles, not including digital works. Greg worked not only prolifically but also on the box art for some of the most high-profile projects in the video game industry, particularly for Nintendo branded consoles.  No other artist illustrated more Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) boxes than Greg 16, tied with Frank Cirocco — including some of the most classic images released for the console.

    OVGA has included below Greg Winters' full NES box art catalog:

    1. Cabal (Milton Bradley | June, 1990)
    2. Street Fighter 2010:  The Final Fight (Capcom | September, 1990)
    3. Mega Man 3 (Capcom | November, 1990)
    4. Yo! Noid (Capcom | November, 1990)
    5. Shadow of the Ninja (Natsume | December, 1990)
    6. Conan:  Mysteries of Time (Mindscape | February, 1991)
    7. KlashBall (SOFEL | June, 1991)
    8. Mega Man 4 (Capcom | January, 1992)
    9. G.I. Joe: The Atlantis Factor (Capcom | February, 1992)
    10. Robocop 3 (Ocean | September, 1992)
    11. Gargoyle’s Quest II: The Demon Darkness (Capcom | October, 1992)
    12. Little Samson (Taito | November, 1992)
    13. Mega Man 5 (Capcom | December, 1992)
    14. Alfred Chicken (M

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