Check This Out: Great Art for Gallery 1988's Bill Murray Tribute Show
When it comes to the work of Bill Murray, the man is best known for his comedic performances, but has also turned in some fantastic work on the more dramatic side including a spectacular performance in Lost In Translation. Of course, there's no denying that the actor will undoubtedly go down in cinema history for his roles as Dr. Peter Venkman in Ghostbusters, weatherman Phil Connors in Groundhog Day, and Carl Spackler in Caddyshack. Now a new tribute art show from the awesome Gallery 1988 is giving the actor and his characters their due diligence with some awesome pieces of art. See some below!
Here's some of the pieces from Gallery 1988's Bill Murray Tribute Show (click for larger versions):
Titled Please Post Bills, the art show will have its grand opening at Gallery 1988 on Thursday November 3rd, 2011, and will run through November 26th. The above work is just a taste of some of the fine work that will be in display. My personal favorite out of this small batch is the old school video game rendering of Ghostbusters, but that caricature style piece of Phil Connors eating all that food in Groundhog Day looks fantastic as well. You can see more work from the gallery courtesy of SlashFilm who compiled some of the pieces of work that have shown up online. Stay tuned as we may post more from the show next month.
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That top one is doing it for me 16-bit style. I do like his eyes in the 2nd bottom one though too.
Crapola on Oct 28, 2011
Nick Sears on Oct 28, 2011
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