Fun, Futuristic Art Inspired by Daft Punk

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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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