L.A. Schmoes: Artist Carlos Ramos' Stanley Kubrick-inspired art show this Saturday!

If you're in the L.A. area and are a fan of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick and just great art in general, there's a little something starting this Saturday that may be right up your alley...

CoproGallery in Santa Monica will be putting on a Kubrick exhibit with works from Burbank-born artist Carlos Ramos starting on July 10th and running until August 3rd. Some of the pieces begin at $750 and go as high as $4,000! Perhaps we'll eventually get some nice, inexpensive prints? 'Cause these are pretty damn cool.

About the aritst: Carlos Ramos was born and raised in Burbank, California and graduated from the California Institute of the Arts. Ramos has created numerous shows for Cartoon Network, Walt Disney Studios, and Nickelodeon, including The X’s and Chalkzone, which garnered him an Annie Award for Individual Achievment in Art Direction. Ramos’ work has been featured in numerous galleries including The Corey Helford Gallery, Copro Gallery, Gallery 1988, I Am 8-Bit, La Luz De Jesus Gallery and he co-hosted the Burning Brush auctions with Tim Biskup. He currently lives in the hills of Silverlake with his Boston Terrier, Bucket.

A couple of the pics below are NSFW, so tread carefully. For all the images and more info on each, head on over to Ramos' official website RIGHT HERE.

Extra Tidbit: Favorite? For me, it's a toss up between 2001's monolith and THE SHINING image of Danny and his toys. Maybe also the bloody dick.
Source: /Film



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