American painter Adam Lister, who lives in New York, creates visual compositions with edged shapes, looking like old-school video graphics, looking like watercolour paintings. Choosing famous artworks and pop-culture characters as his subjects, it's no surprise he has depicted Jordan, Jeter, Magic, Bird and many more sportsheroes. He was inspired by the 8-bit graphics of the Atari and Nintendo game consoles he used to play as a child.
What you get is very recognizable imagery, distorted, rectangle shapes, with your favorite sportsstars, and in his other works movie characters or artworks.
Look for all of his work and limited-edition prints on his website: