BOX=ART: Retrogamer and modern video game box art history.

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Video game box art and artist history database

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BOX=ART copyright ©2013 Adam Gidney. All rights reserved. Hosted by Dathorn.

About BOX=ART

BOX=ART is a site dedicated to the history of video game box art/ cover art and the artists responsible for them.

Box arts are profiled using high quality scans and with the intention of acknowledging the men and women who have played such a major role in shaping our gaming experiences.

Not only for video game enthusiasts, BOX=ART is for all who enjoy quality artwork.


All information on this site is through my own findings and is believed to be correct.  Any corrections, errors or admissions that need to be made, or artists that would like to be involved in BOX=ART, please feel free to contact me.

BOX=ART

Video game box art and artist history database

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>Street Fighter - video game series index.

Added - 16/2/2018.

>Luis Royo artist index.

Added - 16/2/2018.

>Game Over by Luis Royo.

Added - 16/2/2018.

>Dieter Rottermund artist index.

Added - 16/2/2018.

>Ambermoon by Dieter Rottermund.

Added - 16/2/2018.

>Wii hardware - box art profile and index.

Added - 11/2/2018.

>Chamber of Shaolin by David John Rowe.

Added - 11/2/2018.

>P.T.O.: Pacific Theater of Operations II by Noryoshi Ohari.

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1. Chamber of Shaolin.

2. P.T.O.: Pacific Theater of Operations II.

3. J.R.R Tolkien’s Riders of Rohan.

4. Dinosaur.

5. Zool: Ninja of the "Nth" Dimension.

6. Ambermoon.

7. Metal Gear Ac!d².

8. The Last Express.

9. Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

10. Thief 2: The Metal Age.

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Welcome to

BOX=ART is a database dedicated to acknowledging the men and women who since the early 1970’s have been designing the art that adorns video game packaging.

Each page of the alphabet is split into two columns. The right-sided column details one or more of the following categories: artist - profiling box artists when of interest and listing their known cover arts; hardware - profiling the box art history and standout covers behind a certain video game console or computer; publisher - profiling standout box arts from video game publishers, and video game series - indexing the cover history behind some of gaming’s most popular series’.  The left-sided column is a general box art directory where artworks can be viewed.  

The Definition of Box art...


The terms box art and cover art are one and the same and are used interchangeably throughout the site.

Box art’s must include a design or artwork that has been printed on some kind of physical casing. This means the marketing artworks used to promote download video games - with no physical release - will not be covered on this site. Neither will arcade promotional artworks that were not released on a home console/ computer.  

The only exception to these rules are early North American home computer video games (around 1980) which tended to ship in clear plastic bags rather than a case of somekind. In these instances the manual covers are used.






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