Artwork Inspired by the Films of Martin Scorsese


From Taxi Driver to Raging Bull to GoodFellas, few filmmakers have turned out as many influential movies as the great Martin Scorsese — and, come to find out, he’s also inspired plenty of artists from other disciplines. This weekend, San Francisco’s Spoke Art Gallery is presenting Scorsese: An Art Show Tribute, and since they’re honoring the quintessential New York artist, they’ve come east for the occasion. The show, running this weekend only at Chelsea’s Bold Hype Gallery, features work from over 75 painters, sculptors, and screen print artists. But if you can’t make it, don’t worry; Spoke Art has shared a few highlights from the show, including a couple of Flavorwire exclusives. Check them out after the jump.

Image Credit: Joshua Budich

Image Credit: Max Dalton (Flavorwire Exclusive)

Image Credit: Oliver Blake (Flavorwire Exclusive)

Image Credit: Primary Hughes

Image Credit: Scott Campbell

Image Credit: Serge Gay Jr.

Image Credit: Rhys Cooper

Image Credit: Gabz

Image Credit: Alexander Iaccarino

Image Credit: Ibraheem Youssef

Image Credit: Chuck Sperry

Image Credit: Joshua Budich

Image: Rich Pelligrino

Image Credit: Tracie Ching

Image Credit: Sandi Calistro

Image Credit: Joel Phillips

Scorsese: An Art Show Tribute opens Friday night at the Bold Hype Gallery (547 W. 27th St, 5th Floor), and will be on display Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm.