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Andrew DeGraff
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I’m now selling prints on the Etsy site of my “Forget-me-not” painting of the Konami Code start made out of forget-me-not flowers. It’s an edition of 50, S/N, $30. The original sold in the Gallery1988 2011 Video Games show. This is definitely one of my favorite text pieces I’ve done in the past few years.  It brings back a lot of fond memories of spread guns, Giger-esque aliens, and sweet flip-jump non-stop carnage. I’m now selling prints on the Etsy site of my “Forget-me-not” painting of the Konami Code start made out of forget-me-not flowers. It’s an edition of 50, S/N, $30. The original sold in the Gallery1988 2011 Video Games show. This is definitely one of my favorite text pieces I’ve done in the past few years.  It brings back a lot of fond memories of spread guns, Giger-esque aliens, and sweet flip-jump non-stop carnage.

    I’m now selling prints on the Etsy site of my “Forget-me-not” painting of the Konami Code start made out of forget-me-not flowers. It’s an edition of 50, S/N, $30. The original sold in the Gallery1988 2011 Video Games show. This is definitely one of my favorite text pieces I’ve done in the past few years.  It brings back a lot of fond memories of spread guns, Giger-esque aliens, and sweet flip-jump non-stop carnage.

    A little belated TBT for you “Path of Khan” folks - last years “Paths of the Trek” from the Bad Robot Show at G1988. Now, I’m a Memory Alpha guy and I love the old school. The Gorn, Takei, computer banks, lithium crystal - at some point I’d love to map ST I-XI (even Final Frontier!). I must say, you can never have too much Star Trek.  The new ones are fun, and the 2009 “Star Trek” was a strong new take and was a lot of fun to map. I guess JJ liked it, he bought the original!  Prints available at G1988. A little belated TBT for you “Path of Khan” folks - last years “Paths of the Trek” from the Bad Robot Show at G1988. Now, I’m a Memory Alpha guy and I love the old school. The Gorn, Takei, computer banks, lithium crystal - at some point I’d love to map ST I-XI (even Final Frontier!). I must say, you can never have too much Star Trek.  The new ones are fun, and the 2009 “Star Trek” was a strong new take and was a lot of fun to map. I guess JJ liked it, he bought the original!  Prints available at G1988. A little belated TBT for you “Path of Khan” folks - last years “Paths of the Trek” from the Bad Robot Show at G1988. Now, I’m a Memory Alpha guy and I love the old school. The Gorn, Takei, computer banks, lithium crystal - at some point I’d love to map ST I-XI (even Final Frontier!). I must say, you can never have too much Star Trek.  The new ones are fun, and the 2009 “Star Trek” was a strong new take and was a lot of fun to map. I guess JJ liked it, he bought the original!  Prints available at G1988. A little belated TBT for you “Path of Khan” folks - last years “Paths of the Trek” from the Bad Robot Show at G1988. Now, I’m a Memory Alpha guy and I love the old school. The Gorn, Takei, computer banks, lithium crystal - at some point I’d love to map ST I-XI (even Final Frontier!). I must say, you can never have too much Star Trek.  The new ones are fun, and the 2009 “Star Trek” was a strong new take and was a lot of fun to map. I guess JJ liked it, he bought the original!  Prints available at G1988.

      A little belated TBT for you “Path of Khan” folks - last years “Paths of the Trek” from the Bad Robot Show at G1988. Now, I’m a Memory Alpha guy and I love the old school. The Gorn, Takei, computer banks, lithium crystal - at some point I’d love to map ST I-XI (even Final Frontier!). I must say, you can never have too much Star Trek.  The new ones are fun, and the 2009 “Star Trek” was a strong new take and was a lot of fun to map. I guess JJ liked it, he bought the original!  Prints available at G1988.