Erik Swanson works for Nintendo, and he isn’t happy about his position — working in a warehouse doesn’t really lend to scratching a creative “itch,” even if it is at his favorite gaming company. So, in order to fulfill his “Master Plan” to catch Nintendo’s eye (or more specifically, Reggie Fils-Aime), he’s gotten creative with his love for Nintendo.

The above video highlights Swanson’s (aka Robin Graves) creativity as he uses spray paint to make a piece of artwork based on Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask. It’s quite impressive, and it actually isn’t the first of his creative endeavors. He has made a Bowser cigar lighter and a Barbie car-themed Nintendo 64. Yes, you read those correctly.

What’s even more interesting is Swanson’s next project, which will also be Zelda themed. He stated that he is “working on the most epic Zelda GameCube to date.” I know that I’m looking forward to what he may have in store for us, since his other works are wonderfully crafted. Perhaps it will finally grab the attention of someone higher up the food chain at Nintendo!