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A couple of new prints in the shop!  These were both requests that were just too good to keep under wraps.  ‘Death’ from Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’ and a limited edition ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ print for the slasher fans out there.  Enjoy!

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Added a couple of new Superhero inspired splatter prints to the collection.  Harley and Wonder Woman!  Enjoy.

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Inspired by Capcom’s ‘Resident Evil’ series, this print is the first in a series of warning and advisory posters I’ll be doing based on games and film. Ignore at your own peril.

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The first two prints in my new ‘Horror Classics’ series, inspired by classic movie monsters of yesteryear.

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for(){}; - projection mapped video game on canvas from Brent Watanabe.

"In for(){};, there is no beginning or end to the game, just collecting and wandering, birthing and consuming, an arbitrary point system rising until your inevitable death and the birth of another generation. It is a game mechanism without the game. An addictive but essentially aimless experience.
The piece is a triptych of playable acrylic paintings, controlled by the viewer using a NES controller.
Programmer/artist Brent Watanabe worked with painter Cable Griffith to create an interactive landscape painting influenced by Hieronymus Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights”, merging traditional materials and new technology.
for(){}; is a custom computer application with sound, projection mapped onto three wall mounted paintings.
Programming, graphics, sound: Brent Watanabe
Paintings: Cable Griffith" [original text]

Brent Watanabe website ]
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Okay this is cool.  Just to clarify, this is not my work.

My ‘Fifth Element’ inspired poster series.  Eventually, I do want to get around to doing a character poster for both Ruby and the Diva.

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More Superhero inspired goodness by me.  Inspired by DC’s Superman, this print features the red sun of Krypton dramatically eclipsed by the dying planet. A kneeling Superman looks on in solemn remembrance of his lost people and their once great civilization.

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Marvel and DC inspired superhero splatter art prints.  You can get them now in my Etsy shop @ www.etsy.com/shop/DigitalTheory

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