100 Pictures From Gallery1988′s BAD ROBOT Official Art Show in Los Angeles

     April 26, 2013


If you’re a fan of Bad Robot and live in Los Angeles area, it’s time to head over to the new Gallery1988 location at 7308 Melrose.  That’s because the gallery has teamed up with some great artists to create a new gallery show focused on the TV shows and movies produced by Bad Robot, like Fringe, Lost, Super 8, Person of Interest, Alias, Cloverfield, and Star Trek.  The show opens tonight and runs until May 18th, so you’ve got plenty of time to check it out.  However, since many of the items are very limited or original pieces of art, you probably want to head over soon if you want to buy anything.

Last night the gallery held a private reception for Bad Robot and I was able to stop by and take about 100 pictures of everything on display.  Hit the jump to see the pictures.

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  • nosferatu

    Yeah, all crap, crap like bad robot is crap! Why are all shirts and pictures done the lazy way, with computers? No skill at all, you are cheating.

  • billted

    “No skill at all, you are cheating.”

    Cheating is what abrams and his cronies are skilled at.

    • Guy Smiley

      Star Trek Into Darkness: The Wrath of Con

  • Jeff Noble

    I love the comments avove me. Most likely from the same troll.

    • possum


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  • armenianmovieman

    REALLY nice stuff…. but I REALLY wish there was some Mission Impossible artwork: some awesome Burj Dubai or M:I artwork would’ve made this collection that much more awesome.

  • Stasz Kooijman

    @ armenianmovieman

    Oh man just reading your comment actually made me realize I’m missing all those as well.

    Either way , it’s so fun to see how much unseen creativity can flow behind movies.

    All those pictures made my smile.

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