In Service of Monsters: A Guillermo Del Toro Tribute at Gallery 1988

Gallery 1988 has quickly become one of the world’s most talked about art galleries. Opened in 2004 on the famous corner of Melrose and La Brea, by California natives Katie Cromwell and Jensen Karp, the gallery has become the nation’s number one destination for pop-culture themed artwork and the premiere venue to witness the rise of emerging artists before they break.

Recently the gallery teamed up with Chogrin to organize an exhibition in tribute to Guillermo del Toro. Dozens of artists worked on pieces inspired by movies such as Cronos, Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, Hellboy and more. Check out some of their creations below.

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Alex Pardee – Pale Bones

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Alina Chau – Ofelia’s Destiny

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Chet Phillips – King of the Monsters

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CHOGRIN – Buddha Del Toro Anatomy

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Dave Wilkins – The Fall of the House of Damaskinos

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Hoang Tran – Category Zero Kaiju

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Justin Gray – Splatcific Rim

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Luke Flowers – Del Toro’s Treehouse

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Scott C – Boats for everyone

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James Hance – King of the Monsters

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Gary Deocampo – Soul Mates

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Javier Jimenez – Innocent Heart

You can check out the full exhibition here.

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