Posted by marc September 21, 2016

Long a source of jealousy for me, Spoke Art has held countless amazing art exhibitions over the years - on the west coast. But they're finally brining the love to the east starting this Saturday, September 24. Located at 210 Rivington St., just off the Williamsburg bridge, their first show will be an officially licensed exhibition of Bob's Burgers artwork.


Illustrations, customs, and plush takes on the Belchers and their patties will be on display and up for sale. While the show boasts many original pieces, some will be on loan from a previous Gallery 1988 show. Also, limited edition prints will be available for Bobs Burgers fans who can't drop a few hundred dollars on original art.


The exhibition will be on view through Sunday, October 16, 2016.

Check out more Spoke Art here | See more Bob's Burgers here

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