Painting: River City Ransom Street Fight by Adam Shub, Brooklyn Art Project HQ / Dumbo Arts Center: Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009 / 20090926.10D.54601.P1.CC / SML

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    Adam Shub
    River City Ransom Street Fight
    18" x 24" (457mm x 610mm)

    Adam Shub (Facebook / SML Flickr) is an artist in New York. He is currently working on a series of paintings on arcade video games. You can check out his portfolio at

    Brooklyn Art Project (FriendFeed / Twitter) is a free online social network that connects 5500+ artists, collectors, and art enthusiasts from over 44 countries featuring over 44,000 artworks and 800+ short films and videos.

    Members can participate in collaborative exhibits in Brooklyn and beyond while enjoying unlimited online gallery space, blogs, forums, chat, and tools to share / promote their artwork across the web.

    13th annual D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival® (Sept 25 to Sept 27, 2009)

    The three-day multi-site neighborhood-wide event is a one-of-a-kind art happening: where serendipity meets the haphazard and where the unpredictable, spontaneous and downright weird thrive. The now teenage D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival® presents touchable, accessible, and interactive art, on a scale that makes it the nation's largest urban forum for experimental art.

    Art Under the Bridge is an opportunity for young artists to use any medium imaginable to create temporary projects on-the-spot everywhere and anywhere, completely transforming the Dumbo section of Brooklyn, New York, into a vibrant platform for self-expression. In addition to the 80+ projects throughout the historical post-industrial waterfront span, visitors can tour local artists' studios or check out the indoor video_dumbo, a non-stop program of cutting-edge video art from New York City and around the world.

    The Dumbo Arts Center (DAC) has been the exclusive producer of the D.U.M.B.O Art Under the Bridge Festival® since 1997. DAC is a big impact, small non-profit, that in addition to its year-round gallery exhibitions, is committed to preserving Dumbo as a site in New York City where emerging visual artists can experiment in the public domain, while having unprecedented freedom and access to normally off-limit locations.

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    1. Tyler -Axtell 65 months ago | reply

      This is great.

      The 8-bit era of games definitely had something special that modern games don't.

      Probably why Eboy is so amazing.

    2. See-ming Lee 李思明 SML 65 months ago | reply


      haha You should add him on Facebook: :)

    3. PseudoGil 64 months ago | reply

      Ahh brings back memories. That's one of my favorite NES games... good times :D

    4. See-ming Lee 李思明 SML 64 months ago | reply


      haha! Adam Shub specializes in painting video games. You should check out his portfolio (and potentially buy his work if you want) at - alternatively friend him at - great guy!

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