Thursday, June 20, 2013

Station Zero Opening Reception

There’s no mistaking a vintage sci-fi novel the second you pick it up from a dusty used-book bin. There’s the perfect blend of a dead serious but at-the-same-time ridiculous title. The faded cover art depicts any number of sleek spacecraft, muscular space warriors and crystal utopias towering above harsh martian landscapes. The plot synopsis is filled with names like Zarak, Trask and Arzor.

And if that feeling warms your heart and puts a smile on your face, make sure to come visit Light Grey Art Lab for the opening of Station Zero on Friday, July 19th, from 7-10 PM. It's an amazing celebration of everything sci-fi, where we asked over eighty artists to reimagine the cover art for classic sci-fi novels!

See the full list of participating artists here!

RSVP via the Facebook event page!

Remember, the opening reception is Friday, July 19th from 7-10 PM! We're located on the corner of Stevens Ave and 26th Street. Street parking is available on Stevens, 26th and 1st Ave.

See you there!


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