See the Art from Raid71's 'Illuminate' Solo Show at Bottleneck NYC
I love this guy's art so much I'm proud to say I have one of his pieces on my wall. There's a new show from artist "Raid71" opening at the fantastic Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY this weekend. The show is called "Illuminate" and focuses on his unique style with vivid colors. His pieces are inspired heavily by Blade Runner, but he also has work from Tron, Taxi Driver, Midnight Cowboy, Dark City, Akira, Mean Streets, The Fisher King and more. He does some excellent work, and it really stands out on a wall, it's the kind that you want to buy and hang everywhere. Luckily we've got an early look at some art from the show.
Here's more of the artwork from the upcoming Raid71 - Illuminate show posted originally by SlashFilm:
Intro from Bottleneck: "From the rain soaked streets of New York to a neon drenched future Los Angeles, the artist Raid71's 2nd solo exhibition 'Illuminate' brings his eye for architectural detail and playful color to a series of art prints. A variety of screen prints from 'Bladerunner' to 'The City of Lost Children', as well as original pieces of art by Raid71 worked on throughout the process of producing the final exhibits." The opening reception is on Friday, May 15th, with the rest of the prints that don't sell going online for sale starting Saturday. For more art by Raid71 aka Chris Thornley, check out his official site here. Favorites?
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The cowboy one has a WESTWORLD feel to it.
DAVIDPD on May 14, 2015
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