The licensing agreement between Disney and Sony over Spider-Man means that Disney makes the majority of the merchandising sales, which gives no incentive for Sony to create cool merchandise for the Spider-Man films. This is a shame, especially with Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, which was my favorite film of 2018. Thankfully Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles has teamed with Grey Matter art to present an official tribute exhibition for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. What that means is that some cool original art and collectible prints have been produced for this fantastic film.

We attended the grand opening of the “What’s Up, Danger? The Into the Spider-Verse Tribute Show” on Saturday, June 29, 2019, at the gallery, and have video and photos from the show. Also, find out how you can get your hand on some of these impressive pieces of art.

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Gallery Nucleus - Incredibles 2 Art Show

We’re a few weeks way from Pixar Animation revealing their eagerly anticipated sequel to The Incredibles. The animated sequel arrives in June and to help celebrate the film’s opening, Gallery Nucleus is teaming up with Pixar, Disney Fine Art, Cyclops Print Works, and Oh My Disney! for an Incredibles 2 art show honoring the superhero family. Check out some of the advance pieces released for the art show below. Read More »

Gallery Nucleus - Pixar Animation - The Incredibles

Gallery Nucleus has been host to some pretty cool artwork exhibitions inspired by pop culture. They don’t get featured quite as often as Hero Complex Gallery or Gallery 1988 since they don’t have new pieces available as frequently, but they still have some incredible artwork. A new exhibition opening this weekend is no different with artwork inspired by each of the films of Pixar Animation, from Toy Story to Finding Dory. There’s one for each movie, and what’s awesome is that each piece was handpicked by Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter for the show.

Check out the Gallery Nucleus Pixar artwork after the jump. Read More »

goonies 30th anniversary

Growing up, The Goonies was one of those movies I could watch over and over. The sense of adventure that permeated the film satisfied my childhood craving to go out into the world and find something. To become something greater. Lots of other people felt that too, and it’s since become a film revered by many, and one people talk about when they talk about the Eighties.

The Goonies opened on June 7, 1985, almost exactly thirty years ago. To celebrate, Gallery Nucleus outside Los Angeles, CA is presenting a Goonies 30th anniversary art show opening May 23 and running through the official anniversary on June 7. Below, you can see some exclusive images from the show. Read More »

Chris Murray - Yoda Slice header

If you’ve noticed an increase in the amount of Star Wars talk in the past few days, don’t blame J.J. Abrams. Well, actually, the fact that he’s promoting that *other* franchise right now does have something to do with it. Mainly, though, the Force has been strong because May 4th is fast approaching.

Unofficially, May 4 is known as Star Wars Day (“May the Fourth Be With You”) making it the perfect time for all kinds of places to plan Star Wars related events. Disney is doing a bunch of things, 30th anniversary screenings of Return of the Jedi are on deck, and one southern California art gallery is joining in the fun.

Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra is hosting an exhibit called A Saga in the Stars: A Tribute to a Galaxy Far, Far Away. It features the work of several dozen artists in all mediums making art based on Star Wars. After the jump, check out a small selection from the show and find out how to see more. Read More »

Whether you care to admit it or not, Harry Potter means something special to all of us. Maybe you’re a huge fan who can recall each time you bought a new book, saw a new movie, or discussed the series with a friend. Then there are the converts who, at some point, had the series recommended to them and subsequently devoured the franchise with rabid vigor. Yes, even you non-fans have memories – negative ones count too – of the Potter phenomenon, which has been a major part of popular culture since the late Nineties. That phenomenon is closing a major chapter later this month when the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 hits theaters and Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA is celebrating.

They’ll host a massive Harry Potter Tribute Art Exhibition from July 9 through August 1 which features over 100 works from over 50 artists, including signature Potter artists Drew Struzan and Mary Grandpre. After the jump, read more information about the exhibit and see just a sampling of the art that’ll be on display and for sale. Read More »