Crazy 4 Cult 2 is a brand new collection of cult movie-themed artwork from Gallery 1988's annual show. This book features amazing art inspired by movies such as A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Ghostbusters, Fight Club and many, many more. It's the followup to 2011's Crazy 4 Cult: Cult Movie Art.
Gallery 1988’s annual Crazy 4 Cult art show has quickly become a phenomenon, with huge crowds and high profile buyers like Kevin Smith and Joss Whedon snapping up work by the cream of the underground/urban scene. Following 2011’s critically acclaimed first volume, here’s the eagerly awaited second selection of surprising, beautiful and just plain cool cult movie-inspired artwork.
Gallery 1998 has quickly become one of the world’s most talked about art galleries. Opened in 2004 on the famous corner of Melrose and La Brea, by California natives Katie Cromwell and Jensen Karp, the gallery has become the nation’s number one destination for pop-culture themed artwork and the premiere venue to witness the rise of emerging artists before they break. Openings at the gallery have seen upwards of 2,500 people attending in one night, including celebrities such as Guillermo Del Toro, J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Hayley Williams, Seth Rogen, Michael Cera, Aaron Paul, Neil Patrick Harris, and Joss Whedon admiring the walls. Their annual show Crazy 4 Cult receives worldwide press (faced by the show’s hosts, filmmakers Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier) and over a million website hits on the day of the opening reception.
Crazy 4 Cult 2
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