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Check Out a Ton of Pieces from the Judd Apatow Art Show

Gallery 1988, Katie Cromwell and Jensen Karp's wonderful pop culture art gallery is hosting a Judd Apatow art show beginning next week, with dozens of pieces inspired by the work of the prolific comedy writer/producer/director going up on display. The show opens at the L.A. gallery on December 4th and remains on display until December 30th, and the opening will be hosted by Apatow himself (RSVP here). You can check out some of the amazing artwork, inspired by Freaks and Geeks, Anchorman, Knocked Up, and Apatow's other works, after the jump (images via /Film and Flavorwire):

'Community' #FourSeasonsAndAnArtShow

LA's PixelDrop Gallery will be housing an art show inspired by Community on June 23rd and 24th, entitled appropriately enough, "Six Seasons and a Movie". It makes sense considering that if television ratings were determined solely by the amount of fan art generated, Community would be like the Superbowl and finale of Seinfeld combined. Check out more images after the jump. As if often the case, the darkest timeline seems to also be the artiest timeline.

This Documentary Will Make You Sad You Missed the 'Community' Art Show

Here's a new documentary about "Six Seasons and a Movie," an art show composed entirely of Community fan art that was held at LA's PixelDrip Gallery this summer. Hundreds pieces of fan art were put on display in a big ol' event that also featured a costume contest and appearances from the cast and crew. The documentary features interviews with Community stars Danny Pudi and Gillian Jacobs, writer Megan Ganz, director Rob Schrab, and of course, exiled Community head honcho Dan Harmon, who bought up most of the art.

Check out the documentary crew's extended interviews with Dan Harmon and Megan Ganz after the jump.

'Community' Fan Art Gets an IRL Spotlight

We had previously reported that LA's PixelDrip gallery is having a Community inspired art show this weekend, which you should definitely go to if you live in LA. Beyond promoting the show, the video above is a preview of a documentary being filmed about it. The doc aspires to provide a glimpse into the relationship between the show and its fans. As Community writer Megan Ganz points out, this art is more than just tribute; these artists are participating in a dialogue about this world, which influences the show itself. What I'm trying to say is, can someone please buy me something.