This week, The Art Of The Box looks at the truly beautiful art of Masters Of The Universe. This gallery is by no means comprehensive, but a wonderful look at a style of art that seems to have long passed.
Also. Anybody else want a cartoon that looks like these?
This week, The Art Of The Box team have put together the box art from all the 16 bit Sonic The Hedgehog games, shown here left to right in order of European, American and Japanese.
This week, Art Of The Box looks at the packaging for MASK (1985 - 1988). Produced by Kenner, this toyline released four lines, a cartoon series and both a UK and US comic series.
If you want to know and see more of MASK, try out http://www.albertpenello.com/mask/
The Art Of The Box this week looks at the Mighty Max toyline from 1992. A "boys toy" version of the Polly Pocket line from Bluebird, Mighty Max became a TV series (highly recomended) and a Snes and Megarive game (much less recomended) as well as a short lived Marvel comic series.
Obviously, this art was painted to depict a Cobra Civil War. Or else... ARE THEY SHOOTING AT THE KID BUYING BUYING THIS THING?