Capcom and art dealership Cook & Becker have teamed up to create a Street Fighter art print collection.

The collection celebrates 25 years of Street Fighter, and includes works from artists that have contributed to the fighting game series over the years, such as Akiman, CRMK, Kinu Nishimura, Ikeno, Dai-Chan, Edayan and Shoei. All the works come with a certificate of authenticity signed by Street Fighter executive producer Yoshinori Ono.

They aren't cheap, though. Ryu vs Sagat, by Japanese artist Ikeno, costs 125.

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And Akuma, by Japanese artist CRMK, will set you back 105.

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Also 105 is Chun-Li by Akira "Akiman" Yasuda.

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The first release is available worldwide from the Cook & Becker website from late January 2014, and focuses on games released between Street Fighter 2 and Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike.

The second set of prints will be released later in 2014 and focus on Street Fighter 4.

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