“I wanted to create something that would visually represent the way science is derived from nature,” said artist Kevin Dart. “I feel like you can’t deny scientific ideas if you believe in the world around you, because all science is based on observations made in that world.”
Rarely does a day go by that you don’t see a new piece of Star Wars art, but rarely is that art official. That changed this weekend when Lucasfilm staged an official art show called Art Awakens at Gallery 1988 West in Los Angeles CA. It featured over 100 brand new pieces of Star Wars art, from original paintings and…
No matter what your age, you probably know what someone means when they say “Little Golden Books.” They’re skinny kids books with a gold spine that pretty much everyone owned. Well, artist Joey Spiotto has taken the look of those old books and updated them with takes on classic and current pop culture alike, from Tron…
Star Wars: The Force Awakens doesn’t open until December 18, but before that, an event that’s freaking us out just as much will take place. Lucasfilm has teamed up with Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles for an official Star Wars art show and they are asking fans to be a part of it.
Odds are the toys you loved as a child are gone. Either your parents still have them, someone threw them away or they magically disappeared. Now that you’re grown up though, if you want to relive those memories, a new Mattel art show will let you do just that.
Gallery 1988 is one of the premiere pop culture art galleries in the world and this year they’re bringing an amazing line up of exclusive art to San Diego Comic-Con featuring Mad Max: Fury Road, Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and more.
If you're in the Los Angeles after this Friday, definitely stop by Gallery 1988 (East) for Storytime, a show of Joey Spiotto's work. We would read all of these to any children we know.
Andrew DeGraff is an artist who has a particular knack for reinterpreting popular movies as maps. You may have seen his series of Star Wars movie maps floating around the Internet over the last few days, offering an incredible, deconstructed view of a series we thought we'd seen every which way. Given that the Indiana…
In honor of Fringe coming to a close, Gallery 1988 is running "Fringe Benefits," an interactive art series that encourages fans to vote for their favorite Fringe episodes to turn them into limited edition screenprints. This ingenious print by Mark Englert, based on the Season Three episode "Plateau," uses…
Last Friday, Gallery 1988's Adult Swim art show opened in Los Angeles. The show presented a mixed media approach to such famously oddball shows as The Venture Bros. and Sealab 2021 — here's but a sampling of the many prints that were on display. The show runs until February 4.
Gallery 1988's latest pop culture-themed art show takes us back to the 1980s, with artistic explorations of Beetlejuice, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and Back to the Future. It's called, appropriate, the "3B" show.
While we're waiting for the Ghostbusters to return to the big screen, a group of artists have dragged our favorite ghost hunting foursome back into the spotlight with a Proton Pack-powered gallery show.
You're traveling through another dimension — a dimension not only of painting and sculpture but of mind-bending imagery. Gallery 1988 is readying its latest geek-themed art show, and this promises to take us into The Twilight Zone.
Yesterday, we showed you the posters ABC commissioned in honor of Lost's final season. But the other artwork at Gallery 1988's Lost-themed art show is wilder, weirder, and even more obsessed with the Smoke Monster.
With Lost is coming up on its final season, artists have reflected on five years of bizarre characters, time travel, mystical occurrences, and a polar bear to create sixteen posters teasing out the key themes and moments from the series.
Gallery 1988's art shows frequently pay tribute to fantastical popular culture, and soon the gallery will take a trip to Eternia with its Masters of the Universe show. Take a peek at how the artists reinterpret He-Man, Skeletor, and more.
Click to view io9 took a spin through Gallery 1988 and Golden Apple Comics last night in Los Angeles as artists like Ruben Rude, Travis Lampe, Brandon Bird, Patrick Gannon, Misha, Angry Woebots, Jeff McMillan, Sarah Coleman and Daniel Danger paid tribute to Stan "The Man" Lee through reinterpretations of some of his…