Showing off some of his new artwork recently, Rodney Greenblat, who was responsible for the distinct visual style of NanaOn-Sha music games like PaRappa the Rapper and UmJammer Lammy, debuted several Buddhism-inspired pieces at Manhattan's Village Zendo.

Though they've little relation to video games other than some small cameos, the new art (which includes a "Wow Temple" painting and two painted wooden shrines titled "Dragon Key" and "Joshu's Dog") definitely has the same colorful and charming look of Greenblat's PlayStation contributions.

GSW contributor Matthew "Fort90" Hawkins, who has more photos from the Village Zendo show, points out that Greenblat will bring these pieces and more to a solo show at Hudson, NY's BCB Gallery. That exhibit will run from November 13th to December 19th, so definitely check it out if you're in the area!