It’s good to be King. I mean, I wouldn’t know. But it must be.
As we told you last week, the folks over at Gallery 1988’s Los Angeles locale on Melrose Avenue are currently paying tribute to the life and career of Stephen King with a special art exhibit that’s on display right now. The opening reception of the appropriately titled “KING” took place this past Friday night, and you’ll be able to view all the awesome art through May 27th.
If you don’t live in or near LA and therefore won’t be able to attend, the gallery has got ya covered. All the pieces have been uploaded online for virtual viewing, and you can even purchase prints and original art through Gallery 1988’s website. Some of our personal favorite pieces pay tribute to classic King tales such as Pet Sematary, Christine, Creepshow, Cujo and Carrie.
Check out some of those horror highlights below.
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