Mario, the hero of more than 200 Nintendo games, is now over 30 years old, and yet remains ever-youthful as he readies himself for his latest incarnation and game adventure Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
It’s Walala’s job to reimagine the Breakfast Club’s interior with ‘corrugated cardboard landscapes’ and 3D hologram stickers.
Walls, placemats, staff uniforms, tables and chairs have been treated with familiar game motifs and characters.
The game itself is built around a slightly trippy narrative, where in the town of Decalburg in The Mushroom Kingdom ‘bothersome Bowser has caused the wish-granting Sticker Comet to explode.’
It is left to Mario, our protagonist, to scour the land and find six of the said stickers.
Mario will be taking over the Breakfast Club bar-café, 12-16 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields, E1, from 20-21 November.