I feel kind of bad about this one. Had worked on this painting off and on for years until finally finishing it a few weeks ago for the Society of Washington Artists' Spring Show. Now all of the sudden Shock G (who you may know as Humpty Hump) has been reported dead in a Florida hotel... fucking Florida, man.
Why is there portrait of Tasha Yar in the background? Why is there a sloth cosplaying as Shock G as he appears (appeared) in real life? Why do I not have a giant bowl of licorice in my sitting room? I do have answers to these questions and more, but you will have to ask nicely.
The painting is for sale but currently on display in the SWA's Spring Show. They charge a 50% commission so I marked the price way up there. I'm not saying you should NOT support the group, but if you have the kind of poor taste in art that makes you appreciate my work, and you are a fan of the Digital Underground as well as Sloth Necromancy you can buy it from me directly in a couple months for half the price. Assuming there aren't others like you out there with deeper pockets.
Rest in peace, Shock G.