Rodney Greenblat

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Rodney Alan Greenblat, born August 23, 1960 in San Francisco, California,[1] is an American graphic artist known best in the United States for the visual style of the PlayStation series PaRappa the Rapper, and in Japan for his comic Thunder Bunny. He was also the character designer for the PaRappa the Rapper anime that was released in Japan. He is currently an abstract painter in New York.

Notable works[edit]

Album artwork[edit]

Computer and video games[edit]

Solo exhibition history[edit]

1982

1983

  • Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, New York

1984

  • Time of Love. Galerie Anna Friebe, Cologne, Germany

1985

1986

  • House of Progress. Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, New York
  • The Tricentennial Room. Karl Bornstein Gallery, Los Angeles, California

1987

  • Reality and Imagination; Two Taste Treats in One! Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Reality and Imagination; Two Taste Treats in One! Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas
  • The Scenic Route. Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, New York

1988

1989

  • John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, California

1990

  • Cosmic Adhesive. Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, New York

1991

  • The Center for Advanced Whimsy. Carpenter Arts Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

1992

  • Land Ho! The Mythic World of Rodney A. Greenblat. Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia
  • Land Ho! The Mythic World of Rodney A. Greenblat. Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia

1993

  • Technoweenie. PPOW, New York, New York
  • Land Ho! The Mythic World of Rodney A. Greenblat. World Financial Center, New York, New York

1995

  • Rodney Time. Creation Gallery G8, Ginza, Tokyo, Japan

1996

  • Rodney's Late Breakfast at Milk. Milk, Ebisu, Tokyo, Japan

1997

  • Rodney Adventure. Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "California Birth Index", hosted at ancestry.

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