Astonishing Art: MMPR Cosplay by Arthur Lobato

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

I’ve talked about nostalgic feels in this space before. Todays selections gave me the wannabe dad feels.

I stumbled across the Red Ranger piece yesterday, and traced it back to the Instagram page of Brazilian designer/illustrator Arthur Lobato. As the day went on, he followed it up with Pink and Black. Hopefully we get more in the near future.

These perfectly capture the kind of playful parent I want to be someday. Joy and fun radiate off each of them. The cartooning is also well done, and the colors really pop. The whole parent/child and Ranger/zord dynamic is really cute too.

My favorite of the three is the red one, simply because of the way the little boy is looking up at his dad. Here’s hoping I get to do a two-part Halloween costume with my kid someday…

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3 thoughts on “Astonishing Art: MMPR Cosplay by Arthur Lobato

  1. @lancelobato here!
    I’m profoundly happy with your article on my pieces, Rob.
    Thank you SO MUCH for these heartwarming words. Love ya. ♥♥♥♥♥

    Trini is up on instagram. Billy and Tommy will come very very soon. 😉


    1. Haha I was just going to toss a link to this story over to your Insta, to make sure you saw it.

      And I did indeed see Trini. Billy as well! Love them both! Do you intend to stay in the PR universe for awhile? We love having you! 🙂


      1. I will go for other themes after this series. My mind is too restless. I gotta work with a multitude of themes or I get bored hahaha.
        But will probably come back to the MMPR world one day. 😀
        Again, thanks a lot for this, my friend. I’m so happy you liked it. ♥♥♥


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