Gallery: "Sh*tter's Full" at Gallery1988
Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and you know what that means (aside from family get-togethers and eating too much and ill-advised shopping expeditions): it's time to watch some holiday movies. Of course, our pop culture-loving friends at Gallery1988 are already on it: last Friday, they opened their latest show, "Sh*tter's Full," which includes new art inspired by National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (of course), Elf, Love, Actually, and many more seasonal favorites. You can check out the whole shebang here, and we've picked a few of our faves below.
Mark Bell, "Shoot the Glass"
giclee print on 300gsm cotton
12 x 16.25 inches
signed and numbered, limited edition of 35
inspired by Die Hard
Poppy Small, "Why is it snowing, grandma?
11.69 x 16.53 inches
inspired by Edward Scissorhands
Jeremy Berkley, "Good News"
14 x 11 inches
signed and numbered, limited edition of 50
inspired by Elf
Mikey Jay, "Pfeiffer's Catwoman" Print
archival cotton rag
24 x 24 inches
signed and numbered, limited edition of 5
inspired by Batman Returns
Toddbot, "Jack Skellington with snowflake"
4 x 6 inches
inspired by Nightmare Before Christmas
Teo Zirinis, "You Have to Pay for Your Pizza, Sir"
giclee print on archival paper
8 x 6 inches
inspired by Home Alone
Matt Talbot, "Leaving Wichita"
24 x 18 inches
inspired by Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
Jellykoe, "A Griswold Christmas"
print on archival felt cover stock
11 x 14 inches
signed, open edition
inspired by National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Erin Gallagher, "The Chance of a Lifetime"
8.5 x 11 inches
signed and numbered, limited edition of 25
inspired by It's A Wonderful Life
Brad Albright, "I Feel It In My Fingers, I Feel It In My Toes"
8 x 10 inches
signed and numbered, limited edition of 12
inspired by Love Actually