See New Art From Five Amazing Pop Culture Art Shows Happening This Week

This week might have started with the Super Bowl, but it's ending with a weekend of super art. Five art shows in four major cities open tonight and tomorrow. If you're a fan of pop culture art, this is like Christmas. Here's the breakdown.

  • Thursday February 6: UnReal Estates III by Tim Doyle at Spoke Art in San Francisco, CA.
  • Friday February 7: It Came From 1984 group show at Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.
  • Friday February 7: The Art of Laurent Durieux at Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX.
  • Friday February 7: Such Pixels by Aled Lewis at Gallery 1988 West in Los Angeles, CA.
  • Friday February 7: Adventure Show by Nicole Gustafsson & Meghan Stratman at Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.
  • We've already written about each of those shows at those above links but, below, we'll once again give you the info and feature a few new pieces from each show.

    We'll do this in date order. Tonight opens Tim Doyle's UnReal Estate III, from 6-10 p.m.  at Spoke Art, 816 Sutter St., San Francisco, CA. It'll remain on display through February 22. Get more info at We've already covered a bunch of art in the show, but here are a few more, both from Breaking Bad.

    Next up, It Came From 1984, curated by Chogrin, opens from 7 p.m. February 7 at the Bottleneck Gallery, 60 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York. Get specifics at We wrote about the opening here, but these are a few additional pieces.

    Moving across the time zones, artist Laurent Durieux has his first solo show at 7 p.m. February 7 at the Mondo Gallery, 4115 Guadalupe Street in Austin, TX. The exhibit remains on display through March 1. We posted a few posters here, debuted an awesome one here, and now these are a few more – including the gorgeous first Back to the Future.

    Finally, Such Pixels by Aled Lewis opens from 7-10 p.m. February 7 at Gallery 1988 West, 7308 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA. It'll remain on display through March 1. Visit for more info. I posted about a bunch of images here but two more have eeen revealed. One is just a small sliver of a piece (from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia), and the other would make our resident podcaster happy.

    As I live in Los Angeles, I can only be at the last show, but I hope you trek out to the one closest to you. They should all be a ton of fun.

    UPDATE: I realized I missed a show, so I'm adding it. Here goes.

    The Adventure Show by Nicole Gustafsson & Meghan Stratman open at 7 p.m. Friday February 7 at the Hero Complex Gallery, 2020 South Robertson Blvd., Studio D in Los Angeles, CA. I haven't covered it yet and only know a little about the artists, but found a few small previews that look pretty awesome. Find out more about the show here.