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Arcade Expressionism: No Pixels, Just Paint

by Paul Strauss
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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!

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

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

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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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