Quentin vs. Coen

Joshua Budich - Kill Bill
If you're a big movie buff, you probably know that Quentin Tarantino and the Coen brothers have written, directed, and produced some of the best films in the past two decades.

As a tribute to these film icons, Spoke Art has arranged a battle-royal style art show featuring over 100 world class artists from the new contemporary art scene. Painters, screen printers, and digital artists were invited to reinterpret their favorite scenes, characters and films from the heralded directors, resulting in an eclectic showing of pop culture-inspired fine art.

The show opens on Thursday, April 7th at Bold Hype Gallery in New York City and will be on view until Saturday, April 9th. Here is a preview of some of the awesome pieces from the show:

Unknown - Inglourious Basterds

Edith Lebeau – Kill Bill

Evanimal - The Big Lebowski

Nimit Malavia – Kill Bill

Greg Gossel – Pulp Fiction

Greg Gossel – Big Lebowski

Jesse Riggle – Fargo

Jesse Riggle – Big Lebowski

Oliver Barrett – Pulp Fiction

Tim Doyle - Kill Bill

Audrey Pongracz – Pulp Fiction

Scott Scheidly - Inglourious Basterds

Dave Greco - Kill Bill

Jason Levesque – Pulp Fiction

Spoke Art website
Bold Hype Gallery website

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  • Terrific work!!! just love both, Tarantino and the Coen Brothers
  • You haven't seen Lebowski? Ouch. Time to go to awesome school and Netflix it immediately!

  • These are very nicely done! :) If only I saw those movies... haha
  • @Jason - Thanks for the catch!
  • Have you seen Derek Gores' sick piece of The Dude at Ralphs? Epic.

  • That Buscemi piece by Jesse Riggle is surely for Fargo, yes? Certainly that's not our beloved Donny Kerabatsos, who died, as so many young men of his generation, before his time.

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