Get ready for Station Zero!
Light Grey Art Lab's newest exhibition will bring you on a journey through the most epic and adventurous ideas in artwork and science fiction. From galaxies light-years away to brain swapping machines, urban technological landscapes to the experimental science labs of the future, this exhibition is all about science, cover art, re-imagined designs.
"God Rising (World Without Stars)" by John DeLucca
Inspired by the beautiful, bizarre, and neon covers of vintage science fiction novels, each artist was given a book, with the challenge to redesign and illustrating the covers. The original book covers will be on display alongside the giant collection of our contemporary revisions: large-scale, awe-inspiring, and celestial posters!
Such an awesome collection of work!
"What Strange Stars and Skies" by Ariel Elliott
Station Zero opens Friday, July 19th from 7-10pm. There will be space themed food, a giant photo booth with science fiction props, aluminum foil hats, and the official opening of our Light Grey Shop! For more details about the reception see our facebook event.
"One Million Tomorrows" by Jesse Tise
You can also view the entire collection of artwork on the online Station Zero Gallery and on our Light Grey shop!
Hope to see you here!