If you are a fan of the undead and art, then you are going to want to be at Hero Complex Gallery this Friday, Oct. 11th. They will be opening the doors to their biggest gallery show of the year celebrating AMC’s The Walking Dead. With a horde of some amazingly talented artists bringing their unique take to everyone’s favorite zombie series, this will definitely be a show you won’t want to miss. Get a small taste of things to come after the jump.
Hero Complex has brought back some of their familiar artists like J.P. Valderrama, Paul Shipper, and James Rheem Davis, but is also bolstering their lineup with some heavy hitters like J.C. Richards, Richey Beckett, & JJ Harrison. I am also really enjoying watching the progression of Dan Lazarow with now his 3rd print. There will be some truly stunning artwork on display.
Doors open at 7pm on Friday, Oct. 11th. and the show will run through Oct. 26th. Be sure to keep an eye on Hero Complex Gallery’s website for all the information on this and upcoming shows. Anything that doesn’t sell out on Friday night will be available at their website at some point on Saturday. I hope to see some of you there, but until then, here are some preview images.
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