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Blue Velvet Artwork From “30 Years Later” Tribute To The Films Of 1986

Stand by Me, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Labyrinth, Aliens, Highlander, Short Circuit, The Hitcher…

Seems like all my childhood favorite movies are from 1986. And I hope you noticed I even left out Top Gun David Lynch’s Blue Velvet!

Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles recently exhibited a group show called 30 Years Later with over 200 pieces of artwork inspired by movies released in 1986. Below you’ll find all its Blue Velvet referencing works, beginning with the show’s title piece starring dozens of 1986’s movie characters in 100% Soft‘s signature kawaii style. Can you find Dorothy Vallens, Jeffrey Beaumont and the most adorable Frank Booth you’ll ever see?

100% Soft – 1986

Giclee print, 19 x 13 inches, signed and numbered, limited edition of 50.

100% Soft 1986

Beau Berkley – Candy Colored Clown

Markers and colored pencil, 8.5 x 11 inches, framed.

Candy Colored Clown - Beau Berkley

Audrey Pongracz – Until The Robins Come

Oil on linen, 11 x 14 inches, framed.

Audrey Pongracz - Until the Robins Come

Andrew Trabbold – Babay Wants To F***

Digital print, 12 x 16 inches, unsigned, unnumbered.Andrew Trabbold - Babay wants to f*

Dave Quiggle – Now It’s Dark

Screenprint, 9 x 24 inches, numbered, limited edition of 60.

Dave Quiggle - Now It's Dark

Epyon 5 – Here’s To Your F***

Spraypaint on cut wood, 23 x 33 inches.

Epyon5 - Here's to your f*

Mike Maas – That’s A Human Ear All Right

Acrylic on wood and epoxy putty, 15.75 x 9.5 x 5.5 inches.

Mike Maas - That's a human ear, all right!


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Blue Velvet Artwork From “30 Years Later” Tribute To The Films Of 1986

Medical masks, severed ears and candy colored clowns. Enjoy this Blue Velvet inspired artwork from “30 Years Later,” a group tribute to the films of 1986.

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