Check Out Amazing Artwork from Gallery 1988's Edgar Wright Show
After featuring some artwork commemorating the Cornetto Trilogy, not to mention a grotesque illustrated poster for The World's End, director Edgar Wright gets even more art paying tribute to his career with Gallery 1988's Official Edgar Wright Art Show in Los Angeles. While we've previously only featured pieces honoring the films of the aforementioned trilogy, this art show also has works that pay tribute to Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and the cult classic TV series "Spaced." Some pieces even pay tribute to all the work Wright has done on film and TV, most with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost on display.
Here are some of the pieces from Gallery 1988's Official Edgar Wright Art Show from SlashFilm:
The show kicks off on August 20th with the opening from 7pm-10pm at 7308 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles with special guests (you can probably guess who) and will remain on display through September 7th. If you want to buy some of these pieces, you can head over to the gallery, or check out their website right here. This is just a sample of the work on display. You can see more at Gallery 1988, and SlashFilm has more than the ones we've decided to post. It's cool to see all these artists coming out of the woodwork to pay tribute to a director like Edgar Wright who truly has a unique vision and penchant for making great films. Good stuff?
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
Love the kids book cover style ones.
Carpola on Aug 16, 2013
I LOVE how they included the Spaced characters for Pegg and Frost in there. That's where it all started...
TheOct8pus on Aug 16, 2013
Don't get what you mean by "for Pegg and Frost"... You are aware Edgar Wright directed Space right?
Marsius on Aug 18, 2013
Pegg and Frost were in Spaced too. Are you familiar with Spaced?
TheOct8pus on Aug 26, 2013
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