Posted on Sunday, May 11th, 2008 by Peter Sciretta
Brandon Bird created this oil painting titled “No One Wants to Play Sega With Harrison Ford” on a 36″ x 12″ canvas for the I am 8-bit art show. You might be wondering how this is movie related, but with Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull on the horizon, it isn’t hard to see a connection between the new film and Ford with an uninterested new generation sitting in the corner. Will young kids see the next Indy film, or would they rather play GTA4 or see Iron Man for a third time? And hey, it’s just funny.
Bird is selling limited prints of this great paining. Available in five different colors: Aqua, Tropical, Red, Yellow, and Grey. Each signed & numbered 22″ x 12″ print is available for $70.
These gallery-quality giclee art prints feature a level of detail and color reproduction far superior to what can be seen on the web. Each print is made on acid-free Velvet Fine Art paper using archival inks estimated to last 80 years under proper care (it is recommended prints be matted and framed under UV-resistant glass).
Thanks to /Film reader DJango for submitting this.
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