According to Banksy, "to become truly immortal, a work of art must escape all human limits", though it could also just try pressing up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start during the title screen. For art that sometimes Contra-dicts England's master graffiti artist, Aaron Jasinski Art.
This collection of surrealist, pop-culture inspired portraiture imbues its fantastical subjects with a charmingly human quality, and is the work of a Seattle-based BYU grad
named Jimmer Fredette! who moonlights producing music for video games, as well as helping create playful electronica-style remixes for groups like The Shins and Bloc Party, which is also what Dikembe Mutombo calls every single party he's ever been invited to. Some of JA's sweetest work includes:
The Rebirth of Cameron Frye: Backed by the great pyramids beneath a menacingly colorful sky, it shows Ferris pulling the film''s most "compelling" character from the pool as a changed man -- really the only time someone changes during the whole movie, a point this piece drives home (backwards).
Old School: An uneasy crowd of upper crusters look on as "a true visionary" uses an old phonograph to mix and scratch, also the only instructions included in Cat Cocktails: Easy Drinks Your Kitties Can Make For Themselves.
Octo Fett: Part of a series of sci-fi characters (Megatron, The Terminator, a Cylon, etc.) arted with eight legs growing from their jaws, this number imagines the space assassin as an octopus, who presumably would've smoked Anakin in that cephalo-pod race.
Other AJ creativeness includes a handful of spacey geisha-inspired images, and a series of blue tinged depictions of musicians/DJs, which is appropriate since he has also produced two albums of ethereal electro-tracks you can listen to online for free, or download for just $5.99 -- either way, someone should tell him "this isn't a very good way to make Bank...sy".