Los Angeles’ iam8bit gallery specializes in exhibitions based on pop culture, from cartoons to video games, toys, and movie. Their latest, titled “Comnspiracies, Monsters and Mythology” (the serial comma, like UFOs, is still somewhere out there waiting to be found), is focused on The X-Files. It runs through Valentine’s Day, because much like a Mulder and Scully romance, the true joy is in the buildup, not the aftermath.
Also, there’s an official coloring (and activity) book for the show, approved by Fox.
If you want more official art, though, you can buy prints of most of the featured works online.
Like JP Valderrama’s “Toombs.”
…or Alex Griendling’s “Scullaaay!”
And there’s even a T-shirt for the show, by an artist named Jango Snow. Exclusively licensed, these tops are available from iam8bit only and will eventually be some of the rarest X-Files items around.
You’ll want to get a good look at everything iam8bit’s store has to offer. For now, it’s as easy to get your hands on as new X-Files episodes, but soon both will be as fleeting as that glimpse you got of the were-chupacabra last night on the porch after six shots of tequila. Or was that just me? Never mind.
Will you be marking spots for these X’s on your wall? Do you want to believe only you can know the truth of what awesomeness they display?
Go to the full link and let us know which is your favorite.