Geek girls paint geek icons, and the results will make you smile

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Are you ready for a supercute, thrilling new look at Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Daenerys Targaryen and other famous women from science fiction and fantasy? A new exhibition, opening in Seattle this weekend, features a crew of amazing female artists, tackling some of your favorite characters.

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Hey Geek Girl, curated by Bonnie Burton, is "a tribute art show to women and pop culture," and there's some totally stunning art. We're excited to feature an exclusive sneak peek at some of the artworks, right here.

Top image: Lauren Gregg.

Hey Geek Girl is opening tomorrow, May 5, at 7 PM at the LTD. Art Gallery in Seattle. Here are some details:

Ltd. Art Gallery and guest curator Bonnie Burton, author and geek girl superstar, bring together over 25 female artists to pay tribute to the female icons that have influenced and defined women in Pop Culture.

FEATURING: Jessicka Addams, Kari-Lise Alexander, Stephanie Buscema, Mona Collentine, Katie Cook, Jenny Dayton, Jaymee Donelson, Nicole Falk, Lauren Gregg, Hezaa, Kinoko, Vanessa Lemen, Cecy Meade, MISO, Tomi Monstre, Melissa Monosmith, Rachel Moseley, Naomi Nowak, Jen Oaks, Devi Pellerin, Patrushka, Urban Soule, Cat Staggs, Siolo Thompson, Andrea Wicklund, Jasmine Worth, plus additional artwork from DISNEY UNDERGROUND™

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And here's some of the art!

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"First Crush: Wonder Woman" by Andrea Wicklund

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Lois Lane by Jaymee Donelson

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Dawn by Jessicka Addams

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Liz Lemon by Katie Cook

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Kinoko Janice

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"Mother of Dragons" by Mona Collentine

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Luna Lovegood by Naomi Nowak

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Alice from Resident Evil by Siolo Thompson

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Rachel from Blade Runner by Siolo Thompson

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Bettie Page by Stephanie Buscema

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"Underneath the Bat-mask: Batgirl" by Danni Shinya Luo

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DISCUSSION

I love the negative space in Siolo Thompson's work.

A bit startled by the Batgirl boobies. Even without nip I'd get in trouble if someone had been looking over my shoulder.

And, hey, from looking at the current Jez icon down below, I should probably not go over there for a little while.

Oops! Replacing pic since it won't let me just delete it.