Check Out Art from Hero Complex's 'Kung Fu Theater' Gallery Show
This weekend is when that cool art exhibition inspired by movie sequels that were never made opens up, but that's not the only place you can find awesome big screen artwork for your walls. Hero Complex Gallery is opening up their latest "Kung Fu Theater" show in Los Angeles, and while the title might indicate this will only focus on movies with martial arts, it's actually much more broad and includes a variety of Asian film tributes. From anime hits like Princess Mononoke and Akira to The Karate Kid, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and more. There's some impressive pieces here, and one is even on bamboo. Look!
Mark Manev's Princess Mononoke
The gallery show is co-curated by Craig Drake and Adam Smasher, the former of which will be giving away one of his extremely limited edition Princess Mononoke bamboo prints (seen at the bottom) to one lucky fan who attends opening night of the gallery on November 14th from 7pm-10pm PT. The gallery will be open at the Hero Complex Gallery, 2020 South Robertson Blvd., Studio D through November 30th, from Wednesday through Sunday, at 11am-6pm PT. There's a whole bunch more pieces not seen here (see more at SlashFilm) paying tribute to other films like Kill Bill, The Matrix, Oldboy, The Raid and more. Cool?
These are awesome
jay on Nov 13, 2014
Beast mode art
69chikkflik on Nov 13, 2014
All the Japanese themed ones are great.
DAVIDPD on Nov 13, 2014
Carpola on Nov 13, 2014
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