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Here's Some Art from Gallery 1988's Edgar Wright Art Show

Gallery 1988, the LA-based pop culture art gallery opened a new exhibit Tuesday called "The Official Edgar Wright Art Show," featuring hundreds of pieces paying tribute to the filmmaker. As with Gallery 1988's previous art shows for Saturday Night Live and Judd Apatow, it's an eclectic mix of pieces that celebrate Wright's work in a fun way. The entire collection of Edgar Wright works is available to view or buy online. We selected some of the highlights from the exhibit, including stuff inspired by Wright's movies Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Hot Fuzz, The World's End, Spaced, and even Wright's next movie, [...]

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):

Here Are All the Pieces from Gallery 1988's 'SNL' Art Show

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!

The Best Portrait of Louis CK as a Zombie You'll See Today, Guaranteed

Here's a zombiefied portrait of Louis CK, part of Funny or Die and Gallery 1988's "Is This Thing On?" It is a thing of absolute beauty.

Inside the Judd Apatow Art Show

Gallery 1988 held a Judd Apatow tribute art show in Los Angeles last week, and here's a nice little mini-documentary about the event, which Seth Rogen, Martin Starr, and Apatow himself attended. It's a must-watch if you're dying to know who won a bidding war for a piece of Freaks and Geeks art between Judd Apatow and Martin Starr.