Interesting concept with an awesome execution. Artist Ástor Alexander made some Zelda fan-art, inspired by 17th century art, and put some of the series' characters in the role of Renaissance figures. That's Ganon, Zant and Midna in the top pic, posing as strangers who lived hundreds of years ago. And below is Link with his 17th century Fatality.
The Legend Of Zelda As Renaissance Art
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