@GameDadGrant - Huh. I wonder why that is. Well, to get to it, just click on the link that TB edited into the bottom of the original post, then on the right side click those pictures until the Saria picture ends up being one of them, and that should get you to it.
some people on youtube wrote how they were upset the art didn't have triforces.
i have a different point of view but for some reason it wouldn't post so here it is:
I'm reading a few posts about the triforces being there... Does this really needs the triforces? if you really think about it EACH and EVERY zelda shirt, gadget, etc. has a triforce (actually, the hyrulian emblem with the eagle) to represent the series... I actually love the fact that the artist is telling us: no, the reason you love Zelda is NOT because of the triforces (as in, we play the game because we want to obtain power, courage, or wisdom)... instead, this game is so beloved to us and is embedded so deeply within our hearts because of the characters within it. they speak to us, resonate within us, they leave a stamp, they leave a mark. the characters in the zelda world define the adventure itself, not the obtaining the triforce. In the game itself, the triforce is a function that is used to reach Zelda, it is not the aim or goal of Link nor Ganon himself. there is something deeper that makes this adventure so significant. this game has a soul