Last week we showed you a bunch of art from assorted Poster Posse members for an upcoming show at Hero Complex Gallery. The show is called “King For A Day” and features art based off the extensive, rich and vivid literary offerings by none other than Stephen King.
As we mentioned in our previous article, a portion of the proceeds from this show will benefit Mr. King’s charity of choice, The Haven Foundation, a non-profit service that serves to benefit freelance creators of all types who have found themselves unable to work due to disease or accident.
“The Shawshank Redemption” – By Adam Rabalais
“The Night Flyer” by Juan Hugo Martinez
“Stephen King has such an immense body of work! It was really difficult to settle on depicting just one of his works.But in the end I made a choice I am happy with. When I was a kid a remember just loving to stay up late and flipping on HBO and watching their late night horror features they would have. So many great horror films.The Night Flier was one the ones that stuck in my mind. It felt like a cool contemporary Twilight Zone story for the nighties.”
“The character of The Night flier himself has this mystery and sort of voodoo. A mass murder who flies a small jet plane at night from town to town killing. Is he an insane person or is it something else not of this world? No one not knowing what he looks like just knowing the accounts of his grizzly Vampiric murders was really frighting.” – Juan Hugo Martinez
“The Mist” by Ron Guyatt
“Misery” by Nick Comparone
“King For a Day”
HERO COMPLEX GALLERY: 2020 South Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034
An art tribute celebrating Stephen King’s full body of collected works
Opening reception on March 21st, from 7-10pm.
IF you go, and if you are close by, you totally should, look for the guy in glasses wearing a POSTER POSSE t-shirt. That will be me. Come up, introduce yourself and I will give you a fresh new POSTER POSSE STICKER for being social. (Sorry, mini-figs NOT included!)