Chris Reccardi's space colony print

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Los Angeles illustrator/animator Chris Reccardi, who worked on classics like The Ren & Stimpy Show, The Powerpuff Girls, and Samurai Jack, was one of the first artists to set up shop in the Boing Boing Bazaar. I was delighted that his limited-edition psi-fi prints sold like gangbusters! Now, Chris has issued a mindbendingly cool new print at a very low price compared to many of his other more-limited fine art editions. "2464 Dream" is a signed and numbered 13" x 19" print, limited to 250, and sells for $65! "2464 Dream"



    1. Judging by the waist to hip ratio, I’d say she has the derriere to handle those stilts.

      Does remind me of the space Ren & Stimpy shows…
      Especially that HUGE moon.

  1. The moon is huge because the moon is much closer to space.

    I like how they hollowed out the hills from Super Mario Bros.

  2. Love that look. It bears repeating that this kind of setting would be awesome for a video game.

  3. The blasted, desolate, sterile dystopia of the Ayn Rand future. Populated only by a few physically sculpted, intellectually destitute grandchildren of the super-rich; they stand in the foreground proudly surveying a fleet of robotic value extraction pods that cruise the the black clouds, looking for the last few remaining unregistered humans.

  4. Am I the only one unable to find the ‘checkout’ button at MakersMarket ? (Firefox, chrome, even ie: fail)

  5. I like that his hand is on her butt. Apparently men are still pigs in the distant future >;)

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