L.A. gallery hosts 'Breaking Bad' art show
Who’s that knocking at L.A.-based Gallery 1988’s door? Why, it’s Walter White — and he’s brought a slew of Breaking Bad-inspired art along with him.
Gallery 1988 specializes in pop culture-themed artwork; past shows include “Excuuuuuuse Meeeeeeeee,” a tribute to Steve Martin at its Venice branch, and “There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand,” an exhibition of art celebrating Arrested Development at its space in Melrose. The gallery’s latest is presented by Breaking Gifs, a site run by NTSF:SD:SUV star (and Breaking Bad super fan) Paul Scheer. And though the exhibit has a straightforward title — “The Breaking Bad Art Project” — its components are anything but uncreative.
Check out a sampling of the exhibit’s posters and pieces below, and visit the gallery’s site to see every piece of art in the show. You might even be able to purchase something to make your meth lab feel a little more homey– though most of the “Art Project”‘s pieces are already sold out.
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