Fun, Futuristic Art Inspired by Daft Punk


Whether you loved Daft Punk’s 2013 comeback album, Random Access Memories, or never want to hear “Get Lucky” again, you’ve got to admit the perpetually helmet-clad duo has a visual aesthetic that’s entirely unique in contemporary pop music. So it makes sense that Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have their share of fans in the art world. For a show called Daft Punk: Part Deux — a sequel to last year’s Daft Punk-themed ReDiscovery — San Francisco’s Gauntlet Gallery has enlisted over 40 artists who work in a range of media to create tributes to the band. Click through for a selection of highlights from the show (spotted via HiFructose), which opens May 31 and runs through June 21.

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