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Quentin vs. Coen is now almost exactly one week away! On Monday, the Spoke Art crew will be heading out to NYC to begin setting up the show at Bold Hype Gallery in Chelsea. The opening night party is on Thursday April 7th, and the show will be on view during regular business hours on Friday, April 8th and Saturday April 9th.

There is no cover or entry charge to view the exhibit, so please come by!

If you think you’ll be able attend, please RSVP via our Facebook Event Page.

We’ll be updating our various social media throughout the next couple weeks with more updates, so if you get a second, please follow us on Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter.

If you are interested in being put on our buyer’s preview list for the show, please enter your email via our Mailing List.

All remaining works will be made available for online sale following the show’s opening via our Online Store.

We’ve got a bunch of fun things planned for the April 7th opening including a costume contest, free “Caucasians” and plenty of awesome art. Stay tuned!

Greg Gossel – Big Lebowski


Nimit Malavia – Kill Bill


Johannah O’Donnell – Pulp Fiction


Matt Leunig – Raising Arizona


Reza Rasoli – Reservoir Dogs


Clint Wilson – O Brother Where Art Thou?


Oliver Barrett – Pulp Fiction


Steve Seeley – True Grit x Kill Bill


Anville – Kill Bill


Seth Patrick – The Big Lebowski x Reservoir Dogs x Pink Floyd


Lauren Gregg – True Grit


Gwendolynn – Kill Bill


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Hailing from Athens, GA, Lauren Gregg is one of our favorite artists and animators out there. Her fun and whimsical work seems veiled in a certain childlike innocence, though upon closer inspection of her subject matter, films such as Harold and Maude, Ghost World, the Room, the Fantastic Mr. Fox, and TV shows such as Sacha Baron Cohen’s Ali G and the smash hit Lost suggest something more mature than one would expect upon first glance.

Gregg’s Fantastic Mr. Fox painting and prints from our Wes Anderson inspired art show sold almost immediately, stay tuned to see what Gregg comes up with for our upcoming Quentin vs. Coen show in New York!

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Gene Guynn’s stunning portrait of the Fantastic Mr. Fox (see it here) was a bonafide hit during our Wes Anderson art show last October. Gene’s got something in the works for our upcoming Quentin vs. Coen show in April, can’t wait to see what he comes up with! In the meantime, be sure to follow us on Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter to get updates on the show’s artist list and of course, check out Gene’s website here.