Thank you to everyone that visited us in Southern California for our Anime in LA pop-up exhibition!! We had an amazing time seeing all of you at the show and we are already planning on visiting again before 2023 ends. For those of you unable to make it out for the pop-up, scroll down for some scenes from the opening night.
All of the artwork from Anime in LA is now available for purchase online here
. And be sure to stay tuned, as we'll have a few new limited edition prints from the collection coming your way soon!
As always, we couldn't put on these amazing shows without the incredible creates from our artists! Thank you to all of you!!
Check out photos of the full installation below! (Photos courtesy of Megan Cerminaro
Anime in LA installation view
Visitors enjoying Hoang Tran's carved crayon sculptures
Prints, prints and more prints!
And more prints!
A view into the main gallery space of the pop-up
Artist Chiaki Ishimatsu (visiting us all the way from Japan!) prints available here
A young artist recreating Nellie Le's Pikachu Cat
Artist Evah Fan in front of her Odd Couple painting
inspired by Slam Dunk
Visitors in the main gallery space of our Anime in LA pop-up exhibition
Artist Betsy Bauer in front of her Legendary Fire
Anime fans admiring Courtney Brims's Chihiro and Haku
Artist Jeany Ngo in front of her hand-dyed wool Kurama
Visitors checking out our Anime in LA merchandise and Miyazaki Art Book
Artist JP Neang in front of her Valley of Wind and Fire
Visitors picking up their new artwork from the exhibition
Artist Ellie Reis in front of their Deathbucks
Pikachu even stopped by to see the show!
Artist Ken Garduno in front of his Shin-chan
More printed editions from our Anime in LA exhibition available here
Thank you for your support!