It's good to be the J.J. Seems everything is sprouting up Abrams lately with Star Trek Into Darkness set to launch soon and Star Wars VII heating up on the development pad.
To further inscribe his legacy of geek culture on the universe, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles is hosting an art exhibit featuring works inspired by the many movies and TV shows produced by Abrams' indefatigable idea house, Bad Robot. Branded The Official Bad Robot Art Experience, the show sparkles with more than 100 imaginitive gems by artists paying tribute to his television babies like Lost, Fringe, Alias, and Revolution as well as his cinematic nuggets Cloverfield, Super 8, Star Trek and Mission Impossible III.
The show opened April 26 and remains on display Wednesday-Sunday through May 18. Gallery 1988 West is located at 7308 Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles.
So if you're in the area, damn you for your incredible luck, and better make a beeline for Melrose to absorb this nerd-tastic collection before it vanishes into infinity.
Here's a generous helping of the awesome ...
(Via Slash Film)