Nostalgia strikes first every time we look at pixel art by Gustavo Viselner. 8-bit graphics from the 80’s is still very popular in new retro type games. But for Gustavo pixel; art is not only a tool for games but a form of art that can stand out without having a video game to support it. The man from Buenos Aires, Argentine, Gustavo has actually been raised in Israel. After 4 years of studying animation in Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design and in the School of Visual Arts in New York City, he went freelancing as a web designer, illustrator, and animator. Gustavo finds his inspiration from artists like Edward Hopper, Gipi, Dave Gibbons, Mary Blair and the UPA studios. At the moment he lives in Israel and still supports his national football team of Argentina. If you like what you see below please check out his Facebook page.