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Joss Whedon Inspired Art at Gallery 1988

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Gallery 1988, an art gallery that specializes in pop culture-inspired art, has opened a Joss Whedon-themed show.


As Faith would say, “It’s a thing of beauty, boss.” And it is. The pop art ranges in style and Whedonesque subject matter, from a kawaii-styled Cabin in the Woods to a watercolor style vampire Dr. Horrible to a retro, Myst-style Sunnydale High School library. If the artwork is any indication Cabin in the Woods is the most inspiring of his works with the tooth-faced ballerina being the most indelible on the consciousness of these artists.

See the artwork here.

The show will run from Sept. 5-27 in the Los Angeles gallery. Oh, how I wish I could see these in person and buy them all and decorate my entire house with their fabulousness.


Author: Erin Perry

I'm a high school English teacher specializing in AP Literature and Film Analysis. I'm interested in most things geeky, including superheroes, vampires, zombies, teen culture, postmodern philosophy, pop culture analysis, and combinations of the aforementioned. Follow me on Twitter @eriuperry.

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