Check Out Gallery 1988's Wonderful Pop Culture Postcards Artwork
There are undoubtedly some places from motion pictures that we wish really existed. Whether it's The Grid from TRON or Hill Valley in the year 2015 from Back to the Future Part II or Walley World from National Lampoon's Vacation. Unfortunately, it's just not possible unless you happen to have been able to be on the set of those films. But even then, it's not real. However, a new art show from Gallery 1988 pretends that these locations are real in Postcard Correspondence, which features postcards from various fictional places (some real) from film and television. I would love to get these in the mail. Look!
Here's just some of the postcards that will be at Gallery 1988's show (see more at SlashFilm):
Postcard Correspondence begins on March 20th at Gallery 1988 West in Los Angeles, CA from 7pm-10pm and will run through April 4th. You can find more information at Gallery 1988's official website right here. What's cool about this show is that every piece will be super affordable (some are just $5), because they're just little postcards. So if you've never been able to bite the bullet and spend some cash on the full size prints, this might be a way for you to geek out in a more affordable way. There will be some that have a whole series of cards, while others are just individuals. And some will actually end up getting full size prints.