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):
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