Pong | 40″x30″ Original Acrylic Painting
Original painting – circa November 2016 – 36″x24″ (91cm x61cm) acrylic on canvas – hand painted sides.
Impress your friends by hanging a blue chip Ian Young original on your wall! This is the ultimate painting for fans of tennis or retro video games. It is based on the one of the first arcade machines ever made, which makes it very unique. This painting was featured on the KTLA Los Angeles Channel 5 News in July 2018 as part of a show at the Peekaboo Gallery. A status symbol, for sure to appreciate in time!
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Original painting – circa March 2015 – 40″x30″ (91cm x91cm) acrylic on canvas – hand painted sides.
Some think the birthplace of digital gaming was in the backroom of a Japanese computer store, when it may have started on the tarmac of a tennis court. And it may not have originated in the form of am electronics geek with pimples and a pocket protector; but a beautiful valley girl with a visor and a racket. Left and right, back and forth, one love, two love, score! Sliding a quarter down the slot is the 21st century equivalent of starting up a ball machine. What once was a training exercise for the body has develeoped into entertainment for the mind. But with a scoring sytem, like ping pong, that actually makes sense.