The Robot Uprising by Bryn G Jones

Meet Bryn G Jones. Bryn is a talented and promising digital painter and comic book artist. He is also a writer and illustrator living in London, currently fronting the comic publishing team Eleven Comics. He has worked as an artist and animator on many projects and spends most of his time at the drawing board.

Do It For Windows 95

Currently, Jones is on Kickstarter, trying to launch a series of digital paintings about robots. He has already received some very positive feedback there. It is not surprising because, when robots rise to power, it’s super handy to have art like this dotted around the house. Thus, you can kill two birds with one stone. Support the artist and gain an extraordinary piece of art.

Robot Power Salute

To be honest, those paintings are speaking for themselves. They are made with passion and diligence. At the same time, in a hilarious and symbolic way, they express the character of modern reality. You can choose digital versions of The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo, 1968 Olympics Black Power Salute, The Usual Suspects, Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima by Joe Rosenthal or Unite poster.


If you would like to order those paintings, just select the size (A2, A3, A4) and the author will consult the choice with you. A couple of the pieces are from Jones’s robot archives, but this is the first time they’ve been made available in print. The prices start from £10 ($12) for one A4 print. All of the prints will have a white border so they can be mounted and framed. Don’t hesitate, as the campaign is almost done!

The Unusual Suspects


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