December 9, 2014 AT 12:00 am
New ‘8-Bit’ watercolor paintings inspired by Atari and Nintendo graphics by Adam Lister #ArtTuesday
Artist Adam Lister continues his examination of pop culture and art history through these unusual watercolor paintings inspired by his love for 8-bit graphics found in old Nintendo and Atari video games. These are some of his more recent paintings, and you can see plenty more on his
website where he has quite a few prints available.
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