Gallery1988

Inventive Postcards for Pop Culture Destinations

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Usually, when we sing the praises and share the images of Los Angeles' Gallery1988, they're from one of the gallery's shows of full-sized, pop culture-inspired artwork. But if you've got a little less wall space - or a few fewer dollars in your wallet - then their latest show is perfect for you.

"Postcard Correspondence 2019" features an array of their favorite artists working up clever postcards from the hot spots of all-time classics like Jaws and Jurassic Park, as well as recent hits like Stranger Things and Midsommar. We've picked out a few of our favorites; you can see (and buy) the entire show on their website, or if you're in L.A., in person.

Brad Albright, "Glad MidSommar!"

Gallery1988

digital print

6 x 4

inchesopen edition

inspired by MidSommar

Duncan Robertson, "Starcourt Mall"

Gallery1988

digital print on 19pt coated paper

5 x 7 inches

open edition

inspired by Stranger Things: Season 3

Jeffrey Everett, "Quiet Tuesdays, Chatty Wednesdays"

Gallery1988

digital print

5 x 7 inches

open edition

inspired by Fleabag

Teo Zirinis, "Meet Me in Montauk"

Gallery1988

digital print

5 x 7 inches

open edition

inspired by Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Jeremy Berkley, "Amity Island"

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silkscreen print

8 x 5 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 60

inspired by

Jen Taylor, "We Have A T-Rex!"

Gallery1988

digital print

5 x 7 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 76

inspired by Jurassic Park

Doug LaRocca, "Under the Weirwood Tree"

Gallery1988

digital print

5 x 7 inches

signed and numbered, limited edition of 25

inspired by Game of Thrones

Luke T. Benson, "Pawnee, Indiana: It's Safe To Be Here Now"

Gallery1988

digital print

4 x 6 inches

open edition

inspired by Parks and Recreation

"Postcard Correspondence 2019" is on display now at Gallery1988, located at 7308 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. For more information or to buy postcards, visit their site.

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