The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Gets a Stunning Makeover in Fan Art Poster and Drawings
“A sword wields no strength unless the hand that holds it has courage.” - Link
There’s no doubt about it, The Legend of Zelda franchise has been a huge hit for Nintendo. After making its debut in Japan back in 1986 on the Famicom Disk System, The Legend of Zelda continues to delight fans to this current day on the Nintendo Switch with the highly successful Breath of the Wild. At the start of the month, we even heard rumors that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 might have a release window at some point in the very near future. But until we hear for sure from an official source, how about some Breath of the Wild fan art?
Malin, an illustrator and creator of the comic book series “Nordlys“, has designed some utterly beautiful art pieces that honor The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wind in such a wonderful way. Thankfully, there’s plenty of Malin’s art to choose from that includes a stunning Breath of the Wild poster showcasing Link and Zelda with a backdrop of Hyrule Castle. Of course, Calamity Ganon makes an appearance as they cloak the castle with their presence.
Some other pieces of Malin’s work display a somber illustration of Zelda holding Link as he dies. Malin has said that this particular image is a recreation of one of their favorite paintings “Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan” by Ilya Repin. It certainly gives a whole new feeling to the Zelda fan art creations we have seen in the past. Another gorgeous piece is of Zelda and Link as they get some treats from a vending machine and another atmospheric image of Zelda and Link walking in the rain down an alleyway as they share an umbrella.
If you’d like to pick these Zelda art pieces up for yourself, make sure to check out Malin’s Inprnt store where all of these drawings can be bought for a really reasonable price given the quality of the work. You can also keep up to date with Malin on Twitter to see what art pieces they are coming out with next.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is currently available on the Nintendo Switch and if you’d like to read our review of the game, you can do so right here.