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Arcade Expressionism: No Pixels, Just Paint

by Paul Strauss

These simple expressionist works by artist/illustrator Brock Davis (aka “Laser Bread”) are my new favorite video game paintings. And they don’t even have any pixels in them!


These whimsical acrylic on paper creations are part of Laser Bread’s 2009 mission to “Make Something Cool Every Day.”


While it was the Donkey Kong painting that initially caught my eye, I have a soft spot in my heart for Dig Dug.


And after you’re done appreciating these, be sure to check out Laser Bread’s other nifty creations over on Flickr. My personal favorite is “Cheeseburger on a Trampoline” (which is sorta, kinda like the soul brother of Burgertime).

[via GamOvr]

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