Wes Anderson-Inspired Art Will Brighten Up Your Day (& Your Walls)

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    Our love of Wes Anderson knows no bounds, and this San Francisco art gallery only adds fuel to the fire. For the past four years, Spoke Art Gallery has hosted an annual Bad Dads exhibition, featuring prints and posters that celebrate the quirky director.

    This year, more than 100 artists from around the globe created pieces inspired by nearly all the films in Anderson's catalog. Want to sleep beneath a Moonrise Kingdom landscape or hang Margot Tennnbaum over your sofa? Perhaps you want to brighten up a nursery with a little Fantastic Mr. Fox? We're quite sure your mantelpiece would benefit from some words of wisdom courtesy of the one and only Steve Zissou. Whatever your Wes Anderson desire, Spoke Art has it all. But be quick — everything in the show is limited edition, and we're pretty sure they won’t stick around for long.

    You can purchase the works online, but if you’re local you might want to stop by the Sutter Street space to see the entire exhibition, which includes paintings, sculpture, dolls, and more (we heard rumors of a Tenenbaums photo booth — just sayin’). In the meantime, peruse our favorites and prepare to fall in love with this magical world all over again.

    What: "Bad Dads, An Art Show Tribute To Wes Anderson"
    When: Now through Saturday, November 23, 12 to 6 p.m.
    Where: Spoke Art, 816 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94109; 415-796-3774.

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