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Gallery: Dave Quiggle's "Icons of Affection"

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Dave Quiggle's "Icons of Affection" is borne of an ingenious idea: since so many of us treat pop culture as a religion anyway, why not pay tribute to the characters of film and television with the visual langage of religious iconography? And thus we have these clever (and beautiful) valentines to the heroes and antiheroes of Twin Peaks, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, and more. We've picked out a few of our favorites; you can see them all (and order enough to build shrines of your own) on their site.

"Dale"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 40

inspired by Twin Peaks

"Michael"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 40

inspired by The Office

"Walter"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 40

inspired by Breaking Bad

"Dany"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 40

inspired by Game of Thrones

"Don"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 10

inspired by Mad Men

"Eric"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 10

inspired by The Crow

"Ron"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 10

inspired by Parks and Recreation

"Phil"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 40

inspired by Groundhog Day

"Steve"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 40

inspired by Check It Out!, with Dr. Steve Brule

"Wednesday"

Dave Quiggle

digital print on watercolor paper

12 x 18 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 10

inspired by The Addams Family

See all of Dave Quiggle's "Icons of Affection" on Gallery1988's site, or check it out in person at the gallery, located at 7308 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.