See Some Fantastic Art from Hero Complex Gallery's 'Imagined Worlds'
by Alex Billington
October 16, 2014
"I'll believe in you all my life, everyday." Take a look at these beauties, wow. Pop art group Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles is about to host a show called Imagined Worlds and it will feature art inspired by various Spielberg and Carpenter and Cameron and Jackson and Nolan worlds/movies. After taking a look at the set of preview of images via SlashFilm, I just couldn't help but share these, there's so many that are wonderful and will fill you with nostalgic joy as soon as you see them. And that's what I love about great pop art like this, how much it's a creation out of passion, something that connects with many of us. Anyway, onto the art - I dig the True Lies one, that Joker art is die to for, and that War of the World is perfect, too.
Here's some of our favorite artwork from the Imagined Worlds show, mostly from @HeroComplexArt:
And speaking of Spielberg Endings, there it is… possibly saved the best for last, no? That E.T. one looking out over the city is pretty much perfect and I would love a print of it. All of these are actually above average and impressive work that really does embody the "Imagined Worlds" spirit. I love that artists continue to contribute to excellent galleries and make outstanding artwork for classic films of all kind, for everyone to appreciate. Something about looking at these kind of images, designed and painted and created with such love, makes me fond of the great memories of good times spent watching all of these films. Maybe an era lost? Perhaps not, as we can only hope it continues with the next generation. Anyway, all of these are top notch, see more at SlashFilm and follow Hero Complex Gallery. Which ones are you planning to buy?