If you’re a fan of Street Fighter, limited prints, original artwork, or just want to seesomething cool, I strongly suggest checking out iam8bit’s gallery on Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles. That’s because starting last night and running until August 19, iam8bit’s newest art show focuses on one of the biggest video games of all time: Street Fighter! Featuring work by over 50 artists, the 4,500 square foot space is loaded with really cool original pieces and some of them are giclee prints with edition sizes running between ten to twenty-five. In addition, if you’ve always wanted to own the inside the cabinet artwork from the actual Street Fighter arcade game, they’ve got a number of different versions for $40 each. It’s a great show that I definitely recommend.
However, for everyone that won’t be able to make it, I took 70 pictures last night so hit the jump to check out all the artwork from the show.
For more info on iam8bit, hit the website. The iam8bit gallery is co-curated by partners Jon Gibson, Amanda White, Taylor Harington and Nick Ahrens. Here’s the address:
2147 W. Sunset
Los Angeles, CA 90026
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