“Rated G” – Film Art as Cartoons

Most people are aware that many artists like to play with the idea of art as seen through the lens of a particular, distinctive style. Andy Warhol depictions of Mona Lisa, popular culture interpreted in cubism…that sort of thing.

Well up-and-coming artist Justin White has taken a Pixar-meets-Saturday-morning-cartoon treatment on some classic films and TV shows throughout history. The result is actually pretty cool.

The original pieces are up in his first solo show called Rated G at Gallery 1988 Melrose, in Los Angeles until 30th November. If you find yourself unable to get to LA, you can check out the full 30 images at /Film. Below are a few of the ones I thought were awesome.

[/Film Via The Mary Sue]

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