Inside Gallery1988’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Art Show, Part 3

July 14, 2019 at 8:00 pm | Posted in Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | Leave a comment
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A tease of the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show pieces included in this post

Gallery1988 and Konami’s Yu-Gi-Oh! art show was a year in the making. Today, the exhibition ended. What will happen to all of that Yu-Gi-Oh! artwork? Although Gallery1988 sometimes does sell original pieces at its other art shows, that isn’t the case for this Yu-Gi-Oh! exhibition.

Other than the six limited edition screen prints and the commemorative poster, none of the Yu-Gi-Oh! pieces are available for purchase, explained Courtney Barnett, the manager of Gallery1988. This request came from Konami, who will be holding on to all of the art now that the show has closed.

So what will happen to all of the pieces after that? Who knows. Charity auction? Traveling art show? Permanent archival in the Museum of Modern Art?

For now, enjoy a look at more works from the Yu-Gi-Oh! art show…

Osiris the Sky Dragon by Daria Theodora at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Osiris the Sky Dragon by Daria Theodora
Ink, watercolor, and acryla gouache
11 x 14 inches

Close-up of Osiris the Sky Dragon by Daria Theodora at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Seto Kaiba by Cindy Scaife at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Seto Kaiba by Cindy Scaife
Graphite, alcohol inks, and artist acrylics on Yupo paper
8 x 10 inches

Close-up of Seto Kaiba by Cindy Scaife at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Ruby by Dave Natale at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Ruby by Dave Natale
Oil on paper mounted to panel
16 x 20 inches, 19 x 23 inches framed

Close-up of Ruby by Dave Natale at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Millennium Mind by Aaron Jasinski at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Millennium Mind by Aaron Jasinski
Acrylic on panel
16 x 20 inches

Close-up of Millennium Mind by Aaron Jasinski at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Two Little Blue Little Eyes by Bennett Slater at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Two Little Blue Little Eyes by Bennett Slater
Oil on wood
12 x 16 inches

DMG by Emi Boz at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
DMG by Emi Boz
Mixed media on wood
10 x 10 inches

Close-up of DMG by Emi Boz at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Kiwi Problems by Emi Boz at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Kiwi Problems by Emi Boz
Mixed media on wood
10 x 10 inches

Close-up of Kiwi Problems by Emi Boz at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Leo & Luna by Emi Boz at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Leo & Luna by Emi Boz
Mixed media on wood
24 x 18 inches

Close-up of Leo & Luna by Emi Boz at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

The Duelist by Geoff Trapp at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
The Duelist by Geoff Trapp
Mixed media resin pour
12-inch diameter

Close-up of The Duelist by Geoff Trapp at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Performapal Changeraffe by Allison Bamcat at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Performapal Changeraffe by Allison Bamcat
Acryla gouache on wooden panel
12 x 12 x 1 inches

Front of Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon by Jared Flores at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon by Jared Flores
Customized 8-inch Kidrobot Munny figure
8 inches tall

Back of Blue-Eyes Toon Dragon by Jared Flores at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Manga Retro by Graham Corcoran at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Manga Retro by Graham Corcoran
Giclee print on 300gsm Gesso paper
11.5 x 16.5 inches
Signed, limited edition of 1

Close-up of Manga Retro by Graham Corcoran at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Training Day by Amanda Conrad at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Training Day by Amanda Conrad
Digital print
11 x 14 inches
Signed and numbered edition 1/2

Blue-Eyes White Dragon by Alexander Wells at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Blue-Eyes White Dragon by Alexander Wells
Digital print
11.7 x 16.5 inches
Limited edition of 1

Close-up of Blue-Eyes White Dragon by Alexander Wells at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Heart Of The Cards by Felix Tindall at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Heart Of The Cards by Felix Tindall
Giclee print
12 x 16 inches
Limited edition of 1

Walk Like an Egyptian by Daisy Church at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Walk Like an Egyptian by Daisy Church
Ink on paper
8 x 10 inches
Signed, limited edition of 1

Front view of Yu-Gi-Oh! Nesting Dolls by Andy Stattmiller at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Yu-Gi-Oh! Nesting Dolls by Andy Stattmiller
Set of 5 dolls, acrylic on wood nesting dolls
6 inches tall (largest doll)

Side view of Yu-Gi-Oh! Nesting Dolls by Andy Stattmiller at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Hummingbird by Adam Augustyn at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Hummingbird by Adam Augustyn
Acrylic on panel
12 x 24 inches

Close-up of Carly's face in Hummingbird by Adam Augustyn at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Close-up of Carly's vest in Hummingbird by Adam Augustyn at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Pharaoh Atem by Steve Mardo at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show
Pharaoh Atem by Steve Mardo
Digital print
11 x 14 inches
Signed and numbered edition of 20

Close-up of Pharaoh Atem by Steve Mardo at the Gallery1988 Yu-Gi-Oh! art show

Are you an artist who enjoyed seeing the variety of works in the Yu-Gi-Oh! art show? If you make pop culture pieces and would like to participate in this type of project — working with licensors to create official art for marketing and promotional campaigns — consider reaching out to Gallery1988 to join its pool of artists.

Gallery1988 is currently accepting portfolio submissions, said Barnett.

The success of the Yu-Gi-Oh! art show is thanks in part to Gallery1988’s diverse network of artists, who are skilled in a variety of mediums and who each have their own distinctive style that they can adapt to all pop-culture genres. So no matter what type of art you like to create, don’t be shy about reaching out!

More photos to come…

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Next:
Inside Gallery1988’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Art Show, Part 4

Previously:
Inside Gallery1988’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Art Show, Part 2

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