We've Got Yo Muthafuckin' Aliens Right Here! (Pre-Order)

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We've Got Yo Muthafuckin' Aliens Right Here! (Pre-Order)

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Joyriders Art Show Illustration

Three rowdy kids from the inner city stumble upon a dying alien who fuses their minds together enabling them to fly its spacecraft. Now, these ghetto astronauts are the keepers of the most important discovery in human history and must decide whether to use their new found consciousness to help the world that's never cared about them, or escape into the unknown.”

Version 1 (Digital Painting Print)
$30.00 $35.00 - PRE-ORDER SALE

Version 2 (Digital Fine Art Painting Print - Velvet Rag)
$42.00 $52.00 - PRE-ORDER SALE

  • Pre-orders accepted April 29th -May 31st

  • Ships on or About June 7th

Style: Digital Painting - Full Color

Print Dimensions:

Version 1 - Art - 11” x 17”
Version 2 - Art - 11” x 17” with 1” border - 13”x19”


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Three rowdy kids from the inner city stumble upon a dying alien who fuses their minds together enabling them to fly its spacecraft. Now, these ghetto astronauts are the keepers of the most important discovery in human history and must decide whether to use their new found consciousness to help the world that's never cared about them, or escape into the unknown.


This film is about those who are left out. Those who society doesn’t feel are worthy of an adventure of this caliber. Maybe it’s because they’re too poor, or their culture doesn’t fit into the mainstream’s sense of what it means to be normal. The heroes of Joyriders aren’t "worthy" by any traditional sense of the word. They aren’t the ones that most people would choose to drive an ice-cream truck let alone pilot the most important discovery in human history. I am interested in the question of what would society do if they suddenly realized that their most forgotten members have suddenly become their most important?

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