Appropriately Melancholy ‘BoJack Horseman’-Inspired Art from Gallery1988

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BoJack Horseman’s fourth season is streaming on Netflix and its soundtrack album is awaiting your download, so may we recommend… some artistic accompaniment? Our good friends over at Gallery1988 are currently running a giant show of Bojack-inspired artwork, so swing by if you’re a resident of Hollywoo. And if you’re not, well, here are a few of our favorite pieces.

Nathan Anderson: “Bojack at Night”

Carrie Anne Hudson: “Buy the ticket, take the ride”

Adam Augustyn: “Zoes and Zeldas”

Dan Mumford: “I need to go take a shower so I can’t tell if I’m crying or not.”

Elizabeth McMahill: “Coping”

Sam Gilbey: “Hollywoo with two figures (after Hockney)”

Jude Buffam: “Nothing Bad Ever Happens on the Labrador Peninsula”

Jason Chalker: “One Trick Pony”

Austin Gilmore: “I don’t have outlines anymore. There’s no boundary between me and space.”

Andrew Waugh: “I Went To The Stock Market Today. I Did A Business.”

Adam Burnier: “Say When…”

Christopher Gray of Half Hazard Press: “Loosely Based”

Dan Stiles: “Back in the 90s I was in a very famous TV show

Lydia Fenwick: “Bojack Bunch”

BoJack Horseman: A Hollywoo Art Show” is up at Gallery1988, located at 7308 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, through September 30th.