Gamers looking for some nerdy Christmas cards to send to friends need to check out 8bit Holiday. 8bit Holiday sells Christmas cards with 8bit holiday images on them. The cards were created by Jacob Fleming and Grant Bussinger of Chicago.
8bit Holiday features the typical Christmas fare of Santa, Frosty and of course, the Christmas tree. Each image has been lovingly recreated in the style of the 8bit games of yesteryear. Each card sells for $3 a pop. That may sound like a steep price, but can you really put a value on sending someone a card with an 8bit Frosty the Snowman on it? The answer is no, as everyone deserves a bit of 8bit holiday cheer.
8bit Holiday Spreads Holiday Cheer with Graphics from Yesteryear
1. Nostalgic Greetings - There is an opportunity to create more retro-themed greeting cards for holidays and other special occasions.
2. Personalized 8-bit Images - There is a potential for personalized 8-bit images and designs to be printed on various products like posters, frames, t-shirts, and more.
3. Virtual Reality Card Designs - There is potential for virtual reality designed cards to experience the festive seasons in an immersive and interactive way.
1. Greeting Card Industry - The greeting-card industry can leverage 8-bit graphics to offer new product lines that cater to the nostalgia-seeking market.
2. E-commerce Industry - The e-commerce industry can implement personalized 8-bit graphics on its products to offer more variety and attract younger demographics.
3. Virtual Reality Industry - The virtual reality industry can develop more immersive and interactive festive seasons' experiences for its users.