I'm a big fan of Dogs Playing Poker art. Nothing is more American or kitschy. I've had this original "handpainted in Mexico on black velvet" Dogs Playing Poker for more than 20 years. (It's huge too -- about 4 x 3 feet).
One of my favorite films was the original TRON. The framed poster is an original theater print from 1982. The clock (hard to see in the shadow) is a custom-made Mutant Future clock. The certificate below it recognizes my World Record Video Game High Score on an obscure Atari 2600 game.
From left to right: My autographed photo of Frank Gorshin (best known at The Riddler from the Batman TV show); a colorful Thundarr poster print; and Jason Lenox's fantastic Thundarr illustration (signed by the artist!)
Finally, two more pieces to share. The one on the right is a Mutant Future cover print signed by artist Mark Allen (numbered 1/200!) And the painting on the left will remain a bit of a mystery. For now, I'll just say that it was painted by artist Jeremy Pea and will appear on the cover of a future Savage AfterWorld Mutant Future supplement.
So that's what hangs on the walls of The Savage AfterWorld. I challenge other bloggers to share the artwork that adorns their own gameroom walls. Let's see what inspires the rest of you!