Artist David Bugnon wanted to paint/Photoshop/draw a tribute to conservative muckraker Andrew Breitbart and didn't intend to sell what was discovered to be a near-copy of Assassin's Creed artwork. But it went on sale nonetheless. He's yanked it and apologised.
'The Painting Obama Fears' Creator No Longer Selling Assassin's Creed-Inspired Masterwork
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