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Raving Rabbid Artists & Video Game Art

Ubisoft:  Raving Rabbids

Recently, I was invited to provide 25 small works of art for an Ubisoft company event.  Ubisoft is the video game company that makes Raving Rabbids, Assassin's Creed, and other titles.

I hand painted 25 famous artists as Rabbids.

Rab Ross (Bob Ross)

Rabbida Kahlo (Frida Kahlo)

Rabbincent van Gogh (Vincent van Gogh)

Rabby Warhol (Andy Warhol)

Rabidor Dali' (Salvador Dali')

All 25 of my little pieces

Employees at this company event will be able to vend the pieces from an Art-o-mat machine onsite.  I hope the Ubisoft folks enjoy these famous artists.

Video Game Art for the Smithsonian

I was also invited to provide 25 small works for the fifth annual SAAM Arcade event August 3-4, 2019.  This event is open to the public.  If you and your family are in the DC area then, you should check it out.

Pacman inspired by Frank Stella

Pacman Lost in a Frank Stella Painting

Frank Stella Pacman

You can see why Frank Stella's work inspired my Pacman compositions.

Pacman inspired by Magritte

Pacman Ghosts after Magritte

These little guys are chasing cherries (instead of apples) and are wearing a hat just like the subject in  Magritte's Son of Man painting.

Mrs. Pacman after Vermeer

Mrs. Pacman with a Pearl Earring after Vermeer

Nintendo Super Mario Brothers after Warhol

Goombah Soup after Warhol

This is Herbie's favorite.

This batch of 50 will make up my 1,480th piece of Art-o-mat art since I started with them in 2013.  

Each of these pieces is a limited edition of my Mini Masterpiece series.  Every work in this series provides a morsel of art with a bit of art history.


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