There's no denying that "Angry Birds" has become more than just an iPhone game -- the brand become a full-blown cultural phenomenon. Case and point: Visual artist Evan Roth 's beautiful new series, "Angry Birds All Levels." The 300 ink on trace paper prints, featured in an exhibit titled "Game, the Future of Play," at the Science Gallery in Dublin, Ireland, Roth demonstrates each finger motion and screen press necessary to advance to the next level of the popular game.
According to Roth's website, the piece "comments on the rise of casual gaming, identity and our relationship with mobile devices." Take a look at the print series in the video above, uploaded to Roth's website and quickly spread around the Web by "Angry Birds" fans.
In other "Angry Birds" fun, "Angry Birds Star Wars" got a Hoth update yesterday, which added 20 new levels and two bonus levels to the game -- and also introduced Princess Leia as a pink bird.
Are you an "Angry Birds" player? What did you think of Roth's art? Tell us in the comments below or tweet @HuffPostTeen!
(H/T The Daily What.)
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