Though no one's saying that all those 30-packs of Keystone Light you cut up and plastered on your walls aren't impressive, you may want to complement your masterpieces with Seatown-based Derek Motonaga's eclectic mix of serious paintings and even-seriouser art about video games and comic books and dinosaurs dressed like members of the Rat Pack.
Drink in the street cred you'll get by purchasing:
Kibbles and Bullets: This heavy-weight glossy print will have you asking who let the dogs...commandeer a boat, cool shades, a cigar, and a large caliber machine gun. Who, who, who, who!!?!?
Fancy Pants Raptor: A "hand illustration" of Muldoon's favorite and least favorite dinosaur (who by the next movie will be smart enough to operate vending machines that only take yen) is sweet, and not just because the artist poses the question: "Is it just out for a stroll or is this all a ruse to get you to lower your guard? Clever girl...".
Mario: This kind-of-amazing eight-panel illustration documents the first level of the original 8-bit Super Mario Bros, and Motonaga claims any true gamer would see it as "instantly recognizable", just like your den once you had the 'Stones to start taping 30s to the ceiling.