Gallery 1988, Katie Cromwell and Jensen Karp's LA-based pop culture art gallery, unveiled an SNL-themed art show this weekend, featuring over 80 pieces inspired from the show by various artists. The exhibit is open until April 20th and all of the art showcased in it is available for purchase online via Gallery 1988. Covering the show's entire history, from "Land Shark" to "Django Uncrossed," it's a fun look back at the SNL's more popular sketches. We've gathered all the pieces below, including the absurd amount of "Toonces, the Driving Cat" art the show features. Enjoy!
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