The Ronniest Of Ron Artest Art

The Lovable Badass art exhibit paying homage to Ron Artest happened this weekend in Toronto and from the looks of it, I think it looked pretty bad ass. The man the exhibit was centered around just happened to be in Toronto at the same time preparing to let the Raptors know who they were (and the Lakers did 120-110) almost didn’t show up to the event because of the Bernard Hopkins fight, but instead he braved the cold and soaked up the Ron Artest themed art in multiple mediums.

“It was fun, (speaking about his experience at the art gallery). I didn’t know what to think about it at first. It was definitely special. It was unexpected, overwhelming. It was cool. That was my first major in college, art, actually. Then I dropped it and went into architecture, then I dropped that and went into math. I finished off in math. That’s why I thought it was kind of cool. I didn’t finish my major. To get an exhibit, it was kind of crazy.”

The above piece that was apart of the exhibit was created by Toronto based artist Michael Cho, who is also known to draw a wicked sharp Ray Allen illustration.

H/N National Post

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