Wes Anderson-Inspired Art Show Preview

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The strong compositions and colorful characters in Wes Anderson’s films are something to behold, which is why the Royal Tenenbaums director has inspired San Francisco gallery Spoke to host a second exhibition dedicated to the filmmaker. To celebrate their one-year anniversary and previous exhibition Bad Dads — a collection of art based on the movies of Anderson — the culture mavens are having a sequel showing. The new Bad Dads exhibit opens this weekend and features great work from artists like Joshua Budich and Max Dalton. (His pieces glow in the dark!) Check out a preview of the exhibition past the break where The Life Aquatic and more awaits you. If you dig it (and how could you not?), head to Spoke on Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30 for the opening reception. Visit the gallery website for further details.

Image credit: Joshua Budich

Image credit: Joshua Budich

Image credit: Max Dalton

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