The first time I encountered an Aaron Jasinski illustration was when I was browsing through a Star Wars art book at a book store, but since laying my eyes upon Obi Wan throwing it down in a bboy cypher, I've been smitten by his work. Specializing in painting pop culture characters in zany scenarios, the Washington-based artist is truly a master of humor-injected artistry.
Showing that he's a true renaissance man, Aaron Jasinski also features music he made on his Tumblr blog, though you probably won't see him trading in paintbrushes to sit behind mixing boards permanently anytime soon.
Implications - Consumers enjoy pop culture products because of its nostalgic value, which invokes euphoric feelings while reminding consumers of their youth. Corporations may consider using nostalgia imagery in their advertising campaigns to attract consumers to a company's message.
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