The "Edgar Wright Art Show" at Gallery 1988 ends in a week but there are still lots of great original art and prints available. The show coincides with the release of Edgar Wright's latest film The World's End and features art inspired by the gems of his filmography like Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. As with most popular art show openings, a lot of pieces were sold as soon as the doors opened back on August 20, but there is hope for the procrastinators. Artists Aaron Jasinski, Aled Lewis, Tyler Jacobs, Alex Pearson, Darin Shock, and a list of others still have art waiting to join your collection, so head over to the webpage to check them out and to see the other pieces from the show, or if you're in the area you can pop into the gallery between now and September 7.

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[via Gallery1988]