A few months ago Jeremy Packer or "Zombie Yeti" was at Pintastic. Really great guy! The type of guy who you wouldn't mind having a beer with. It was a bit of a shocker that he said he really doesn't like drawing skulls and death all the time. Drawing zombie's was sort of the fad at that time and using a nickname as "Zombie Yeti' was both "cool" and a neat artist name.
I opened up the idea to Mr. Packer that if there was a Kickstarter or some way that he could A) Get the license to produce a limited run of re-imagined backglasses for classic titles. B) Have different reward tier's such as mirrored backglasses and signed translites.
He genuinely sounded interested in this idea and liked the thought of it. Imagine an alternate backglass for a Medieval Madness, Whitewater, etc. Jeremy did the artwork for Ghostbusters and according to Stern he did it in record time. He also does his artwork more traditionally by doing black and white first and shadowing and then adding color later. He has done a lot of silk screening in the past and it's with these reasons why GB has this rich and bold almost 3D looking artwork.
However doing art for Stern and formerly Zidware is not his only work. The pinball industry is rather new to him in fact. He has done work for Harley Davidson, Microsoft, Sublime, DeadMau5, Pintastic '17 and so many others. Some of his artwork can be seen here: https://www.behance.net/zombieyeti
Adobe Create Magazine also did a nice article and video on him: http://create.adobe.com/2014/12/18/zombies_yetis_pinball.html
I want to see what others think of this idea and I'm sure Jeremy does too. This is just to gauge interest.