The print ICO is an official, museum-grade giclee print of the cover art painting by Fumito Ueda for the PlayStation game ICO (2001). Ueda is the lead designer and director of the video games ICO and Shadow of the Colossus. With the rising fame and status of Team ICO and Ueda's video games over the years, ICO's original box art has become one of the most iconic game artworks of modern video game history.
The print NICO (Shadow of the Colossus) is also an official, museum-grade giclee print from a painting by Ueda. NICO has long been the working title of the video game Shadow of the Colossus and the painting NICO is one of the earliest Shadow of the Colossus images shown publicly. It shows Wander and his horse Agro arriving at the Forbidden Land which is the setting for Shadow of the Colossus. The work was never used outside Japan and was the box cover for a DVD for consumers that pre-ordered Shadow of the Colossus. On this DVD is the first in-game footage of what would later be revealed was Shadow of the Colossus.
These meticulous giclee prints reproductions together form a beautiful set. The prints are officially licensed, hand-numbered, archival quality giclee prints and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.