Normal Rockwell’s Legend of Zelda


I’m pretty sure I’m about 50 years too young to have ever read The Saturday Evening Post or even seen one of its covers in person, but I’ve seen enough scans on the internet to recognize the work of  Norman Rockwell when I see it. Or at least a parody of Norman Rockwell.

Joshua Tufts decided to remake one classic Rockwell piece starring Link from The Legend of Zelda. The original, “Artist facing blank canvas” can be seen below for comparison’s sake. I’m not sure what dungeon would ever require Link to draw anything, but I suppose it’s possible. The Watercolor Temple, perhaps? HAH.


[via NerdApproved]

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