THE STORY: Reminisce about the glorious beginnings of video gaming! It all started in the 1970s with Atari's Pong. The shoe box-size console provided two knobs, one for each player. Connect the system to your television, and enjoy hours of fun with your family and friends.
This artwork savors the sweet nostalgia of vintage video games. Exhibiting the inelegant but lovable Pong console and a textural, flickering yellow-orange tone, this piece is a return to happy times.
In the artwork, the score is 7-6, a remembrance of 1976, the year Atari produced the first Pong system.
THE ARTIST: Designed and drawn by artist Rob Osborne, each print is hand-signed.
THE PRINT: The artwork is printed on gorgeous 11"x17" (279mm x 432mm) archival fine art paper. The paper is a nice, thick stock. The colors are lush. The frame is not included, but the ready-to-hang artwork is perfect for framing.
HANDMADE: These prints are never ordered en masse. Each print is produced in the studio, and every print is hand-signed by the artist.
SHIPPING & HANDLING: Great care is taken in preparing your print. Gently rolled and well packed, your artwork ships in a sturdy tube.
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