Check Out Some Great Art from Gallery 1988's 'Step Brothers' Show
In the four years since Step Brothers was released, it's been pretty clear that people either loved or hated that nonsensical comedy about step-sibling rivalry. And those who love the film, really love the film. Some of those hardcore fans are teaming up for a new art exhibition from Gallery 1988 paying tribute to Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly as Brennan Huff and Dale Doback in Adam McKay's ridiculous comedy. The exhibition itself doesn't begin until August 31st, but we have some great pieces from the show that have already made their way online. There's plenty more to come when the show opens, but check these out now!
Here's some of the pieces from Gallery 1988's celebration of Step Brothers via Funny or Die:
UPDATE: A whole slew of new pieces are online which you can check out at SlashFilm.
Once I knew about this show, I knew Boats & Hoes would have a strong presence, but it'sgreat to see things like the Chewbacca masks prominent. There's likely plenty more pieces that will make their way online when the show starts on August 31st. If you're in the area, you can check out the show yourself in Santa Monica, CA. There's a special opening from 7pm-10pm on the 31st and the show will be on display until September 22nd. For more information and other pop culture based art shows, check out Gallery 1988's official website. Stay tuned as we may post some more pieces from the exhibition as they are revealed. Good stuff?