Check Out a Preview of Hero Complex Gallery’s RED Show; Opens in L.A. Tomorrow Night

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On Friday, July 5th, Hero Complex Gallery in L.A., along with Planet Pulp, will open their new gallery show “RED”.  As the name implies, the art will be done in the theme of the color.  With at least 50 artists contributing, there is going to be quite a bit of new art to take in.  So far, there seems to be quite a diverse interpretation of the theme, which should make for a very interesting show.  I am particularly interested to see Marie Bergeron’s Apocalypse Now piece in person.  J.P. Valderrama has two new Akira pieces, one for Kaneda and the other for Tetsuo, which are sure to be fan favorites.  Also, Marko Manev brings another great piece, this time for Dexter, just in time for the start of the final season.

Check out some previews after the jump.

If you aren’t able to make it to the show, whatever is not sold out will be sold via Hero Complex Gallery’s website sometime on Saturday, July 6th (follow them on Twitter for more info).  You will also have the opportunity to bid on an original piece from Paul Shipper, inspired by Hellboy.  All proceeds will go to the relief of those affected by the terrible floods in Calgary.  That auction will begin at the same time as the online sale on Saturday, and the winner will get both the original sketch and a copy of the print.  A great piece of art for a great cause!  Here are some more previews and let us know what you think of the art in the comments below.

The images below are:

  • Juresko – Adam
  • Christian Garland – Cat Kiss
  • Mark Reihill – Django
  • Matt Ferguson – End of Line
  • Ryan Hall – HeMan
  • Paul Shipper – Hell Boy
  • J.P. Valderrama – Tetsuo
  • J.P. Valderrama – Kaneda
  • Brett Parson – Marv
  • Rich Pellegrino – Ninja Duel
  • Jayson Weidel – Samurai Jack
  • Marko Manev – Slice of Life
  • Tim Anderson – Sunshine
  • Zac Atkinson – Ninja Turtles

 




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  • Seth Reddington

    2001 is so great! Beautiful

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