09.07.15 by Staff

Jeff McMillan: Prigus

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Here’s an entertaining series of drawings and paintings by artist Jeff McMillan in honour of the first professional Prigus Sport League. The works depict the origins of the Prigus game, as well as the players, equipment, and memorabilia. The little twist is that the sport doesn’t actually exist. More images below.

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