29.01.17 by Staff

50+ Artists Pay Tribute to the Films of Hayao Miyazaki

J.A.W. Cooper

 

The Miyazaki Art Show is an upcoming group exhibition at the Spoke Art gallery in San Francisco. Featuring over 50 artists from around the world, all of the unique work on display is inspired by the imaginative universe of renowned Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki and his classic Studio Ghibli films.

The show opens February 4th and runs until February 25th. There will likely be lines out the door for this one so if you’re planning to attend the opening reception, dress up as your favourite Miyazaki character and you’ll get priority access to the show! More images from the show below.


Lauren YS

 

 

Jonathan Edwards

 

 

kAt Philbin

 

 

Monica Garwood

 

 

Yohan Sacre

 

 

Zard Apuya

 

 

Greg Gossel

 

 

Ivonna Buenrostro

 

 

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25.05.17 by Staff

“Position” by Artist Kelsey Brookes

 

Photo by Sal Rodriguez

 

New work from San Diego-based artist Kelsey Brookes (previously featured here). See more images from “Position” below or on display at Library Street Collective in Detroit until June 10.

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24.05.17 by Jeff

Director Jordan Peele’s Alternate Ending to “Get Out” (Leaked Video Clip)

Spoiler Alert: Do not click below if you haven’t seen “Get Out” yet! I wasn’t completely mind-blown by this movie but I really enjoyed it and I’m excited to see what director Jordan Peele makes next (apparently his next “social thriller” is slated for 2019). I don’t want to say too much but I thought the end of the film was unexpected and satisfying. Now an alternate version has leaked and it’s interesting because it’s also not what I thought was going to happen. Watch the full clip below.

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