You know Gallery1988, just when we think you couldn't possibly be any dumber, you go and do something like this… and TOTALLY REDEEM YOURSELF!!! This, of course, being The Breaking Bad Art Project, a seven-day exhibit (debuting tonight) with 17 ltd-ed posters (and tons of other totally buyable BB awesomeness) inspired entirely by Jesse Pinkman and Co. The prints hit all of the show's most epic iconography, from memorable scenes (a comic-strip-ish bathtub body-melting How-To), to characters (comic book-quality Terminator-faced Gus Fring), to locations (meth super lab, done as a tech-y, airplane-safety-card-style diagram), all of which were totally still a secret until we sneak peeked 16 of the 17 right here. Oh, and the last one's still under wraps (even from us), so if you really want to see it, you better call Saul. Or, um, just go to the show.
This, of course, being The Breaking Bad Art Project, a seven-day exhibit with 17 limited posters (and tons of other buyable BB awesomeness) inspired entirely by Jesse Pinkman and Co held at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. This show is more addictive than blue meth so don't miss out on the chance to own a piece of television history. (All bad things must come to an end.)