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Linda, 'Bob's Burgers' Is Having a Tribute Art Show

From the gallery that brought you 'Wes Anderson Bad Dads' and 'Quentin vs. Coen'...
Kate Snow. Images courtesy of Spoke Art

A tribute to FOX’s hit animated sitcom, Bob’s Burgers, takes over the Spoke Art gallery to celebrate the opening of their new Lower East Side location. The new show features over 50 original paintings, prints, and sculptures that together translate the endearing and relatable caricatures of the Belcher family into an array of different styles and mediums. Artists from all over the world, including Sean Norvet, Kate Snow, Conor Langton, and Andy Stattmiller, have come together out of their shared admiration for the show’s sharp but lighthearted humor.


Bennett Slater

The Spoke Art Gallery is a bi-coastal space known for putting on themed art shows inspired by popular TV shows and films. For a gallery that launched the now annual Wes Anderson Bad Dads show and the Quentin vs. Coen exhibition, a Bob’s Burgers art show is par for the course—we just wish H. Jon Benjamin (the voice of Bob) would do a jazz performance. Check out some of our favorite works below:

Nan Lawson

Sean Norvet

Andy Stattmiller

Conor Langton

The Bob’s Burgers tribute show opens on September 24th and will be on display through October 16, 2016. For more information about the show, click here.


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