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Gallery 1988 Pays Tribute To the Films of 1986

Posted by Hoob on April 12th, 2016
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You can always count on Gallery 1988 to bring the 80’s back to us in a new and endearing way through their art exhibitions. Instead of focusing on particular movie or toy line, this time the Los Angeles gallery is running a show dedicated to 1986. What was so big about 1986? Well, other than having to watch Bill Buckner let a ball roll through his legs in the World Series, it was the year that brought us movies like: Aliens, Short Circuit, Highlander, The Fly, Little Shop of Horrors, Big Trouble in Little China, Labyrinth, and plenty more.

Now, artists like 100% Soft, Dan Mumford, Rhys Cooper, Rich Pellegrino, Ale Giorgini, Bennett Slater, Doug LaRocca, Glen Brogan, among others, are paying tribute with art dedicated to the movies that made 86 so epic!

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Rhys-Cooper-Goblin-King-of-Kings.jpg
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