Mike Mitchell's "Red On You" and "I Got Wood" Set
We keep tabs on the fun pop culture art of Gallery 1988, and this week Simon Pegg (who is totally Batman), Nick Frost, and director Edgar Wright attended the opening of Gallery 1988's newest exhibition. The Official Edgar Wright Art Show opened on Tuesday, and the amusing art pieces are now online for viewing and buying.
The art show includes works inspired by Edgar Wright's Spaced, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and The World's End, which is in theaters tomorrow. We've collected 25 of our favorites among the over 130 works in the show, including a "Get to The Winchester" board game we'd totally play. The large selection of Edgar Wright tribute art will be on display at Gallery 1988 West until September 7th, and the links below each picture go to the online store. Thanks to The Surly Badger for the assist.
Nick Stokes' "Get to The Winchester" Board Game, purchased by Edgar Wright himself, who tells Buzzfeed, "I think it’s something to put out on the coffee table and just have out forever. I think it’s so beautiful."
Aaron Jasinski's “Triplecorn”
Justin White's "You're My Best Friend"
Sam Gilbey's "Defending the Fantasy Genre with Terminal Intensity" inspired by Spaced
Cuyler Smith's "Ed and Shaun" Set
Aled Lewis' "The Greater Good" inspired by Hot Fuzz
Ashton Gallagher's “The Pickle”
Cuyler Smith's "Knives, Scott, and Ramona" Set inspired by Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Jim Ferguson's “Hot Fuzz - Maybe it was the Swan”
Jim Ferguson's “Shaun Of The Dead - White Lines”
Jim Ferguson's “The World's End - 12 Pubs 12 Pints”
Barry Blankenship's "My Threshold" inspired by Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Augie Pagan's "Yeti's Revenge" inspired by Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Joey Spiotto's "Hot Fuzz"
Joey Spiotto's "Shaun Of The Dead"
Joey Spiotto's "The World's End"
Rich Pellegrino's "Second Coming Of Shaun"
Mister Hope's “Shaun Of The Dead”
Beau Berkley's "Simon's Quest"
Alex Pardee's "The Wright Stuff"
Anthony Petrie's “You've Got Red On You”
Barry Blankenship's "Ooo You Make Me Live Now Honey"
Matthew Brazier “Edgar”