These plates from graphic designer Olly Moss take gaming to the new level. If you played video games as a child, his Game Boy-themed dinner plates will take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
Moss, who is based in the United Kingdom, completely transformed the classic Blue Willow china pattern. If you observe closely, you'll notice every intricate detail of the blue and white plates was inspired by scenes from Zelda: Link’s Awakening and some GameBoy Pokemon games.
It's really quite a delicious homage to pop culture. For more of Moss's creative work, swing by his website.
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