If you arrived here, I would highly suggest also checking out my real artwork over at my gallery and leaving some feedback. Of course, if it's too much for you, you don't have to waste your time doing it.
UPDATE: Well, for important reasons, I decided to give an even more descriptive title to this image.
This is a project I did back in early May of the year 2009, in which I created custom box artwork for my copies for various Super Mario titles that were given Super Mario-Kun adaptations
during it's lifespan. For the Gamecube and Wii titles on the bottom row, I simply took images from various Super Mario-Kun issues, slapped on the original video game titles, printed them at the exact same size as the game cases, and slid then into the cases in front of the original artwork. For the N64 and Game Boy titles, I had to print them out at the same exact size as the sticker label (the thing on the cartridge that tells you the game's name), and tape it directly onto the cart itself. I believe that the two Game Boy titles won't work with the new labels, as Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3
kept crashing, freezing and other things. Luckily, my save data wasn't corrupted, but I probably wouldn't use this cartridge again just so I don't lose all my data.
EDIT: Wow, thanks for all the views, everyone.
This is what you've been waiting for! My own custom Super Mario box/cartridge art! The images were taken from Super Mario Kun, a Super Mario-themed manga only in Japan.
Now some of you my be wondering, WTF is Mario on the art for Yoshi's Story and Wario Land? Well, in the manga, Mario plays roles in the mangas based on the two games.
These are the ACTUAL cases and cartridges of the games!
Super Mario Kun published by CoroCoro Comics, Games and Mario copyright Nintendo.