I’m stoked to announce my participation in another Dart Gallery art show in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. This time around the theme is old school video games; it’s call NEStalgia. Right up my alley, man.
Here’s the full lowdown:
NEStalgia is a new art exhibit inspired by vintage video games. Featuring the work of 25+ acclaimed local artists and designers, this exhibit will showcase artwork in a wide variety of mediums – from prints and posters, to paintings, jewelry, and textiles, this exciting new show is sure to inspire, animate, and evoke NEStalgia – bringing back fond memories of the video games that influenced and enhanced our lives. Exhibit runs until March 30.
For my contribution, I picked a gem of a game from my past; waaaaay, way back from the old ATARI 2600 days. I’ve just had those suckers screen printed here in Columbus, and shipped ‘em out today destined for the Great White North. Super excited about how these turned out.
I’ll be debuting the poster here on the blog the week of the show and make some available through my shop soon afterward. Can’t wait to share this one with you guys; pumped!
Keep those 8-bit-eyes peeled here and on Twitter for more…