If any of you fine readers are living in the Burbank area, you might want to check out The Hyaena Gallery as they are currently featuring a one of a kind art showing paying tribute to the brilliant Guillermo del Toro. Curated by Chogrin (of Cartoon Network’s "Regular Show"), the exhibit is a true labor of love and focuses on three films that embrace Del Toro’s vision as both a writer and director: CRONOS, THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE, and PAN'S LABYRINTH.
Into the Labyrinth & Mind of Guillermo Del Toro will be running from now until July 31st so you've got plenty of time to check it out. The reception will be on July 6th and is from 8 pm to 12 midnight, and the admission is free. Featuring the works of its curator Chogrin, Robot Soda, German Orozco, Dienzo, Hellosobre, Kasey Tararuj, Pakoto, Jorsh Pena, Carlos Lerma, Glen Brogan, Walrus Felts, and Anita Mejia, the show is “a response to the support which Guillermo has always given to artists and is a nod to his proud Mexican heritage. It is a thank you to Del Toro for the years of inspiration he has provided for all of us.”
For more info head over to their website HERE.
"Pale Man" by Robot Soda