Our Favorite Movies Inspired The Best Art Of ‘Crazy 4 Cult 7’ At Gallery 1988

Steve Dressler’s “Suddenly Seymour”

We love highlighting the art shows at Gallery 1988 because it gives us an excuse to post funny pop culture pictures while pretending to be worldly art aficionados. Gallery 1988 is now hosting their seventh annual Crazy 4 Cult show, which highlights over 125 artists creating works based on beloved movies like The Big Lebowski, Back To The Future, The Princess Bride, Ghostbusters, and more.

Some of our favorites among the almost 200 works in Crazy 4 Cult 7 are collected below. Many of these are still available for sale at the link above each photo. If you want to see these masterpieces in person, the show runs from noon to 7 PM everyday until December 21st at Gallery 1988’s pop-up store at 355A Bowery in New York City.

B Methe’s “King Goffrey Sobchack” inspired by The Big Lebowski

Cuyler Smith’s “Marvin Berry And the Starlighters Featuring Calvin Klein” inspired by Back To The Future

JoKa’s “Big Surprise”

Joshua Budich’s “Is This a Kissing Book?”

Sam Gilbey’s “Dog And Cats Living Together”

Stephen Andrade’s “The Great Sandworm Race” inspired by Beetlejuice, Dune, and Tremors

Bruce White’s “Alex”

Shannon Finch’s “Westerburg Croquet Club” inspired by Heathers

Barry Blankenship’s “I’m Beginning To Like This Club” inspired by Monster Squad

Cuddly Rigor Mortis’ “Unthinkable Disasters Descend” inspired by A Christmas Story

Jeff Boyes’ “Inconceivable”

Ben Bouchet’s “Who Ya Gonna Call”

Aled Lewis’ “Life Is A Game” inspired by Battle Royale

Adam Limbert’s “The First Goonie”

Ashton Gallagher’s “Ludo” inspired by Labyrinth

100% Soft’s “The Good Guys, Heroes, Underdogs, And Hot Shots Picnic”

Scott C “PUT EM ON!” inspired by They Live

Steff Bomb’s “Everybody Wants Some” inspired by Better Off Dead

Meg Hyland’s “You Filthy Animal” inspired by Home Alone