Something strange is coming to your neighborhood. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the classic comedy romp, Ghostbusters, and to celebrate, LA-based Gallery1988 (which has been home to exhibits based on many pop culture giants, including Breaking Bad and Arrested Development) has commissioned a road show exhibit of 80 Busters-based artworks.
Lurking in dystopian corners of the Internet are superfans of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. They spread rumors about upcoming sequels and debate the nuances of Android science (is Harrison Ford’s character a human or a replicant? Will we ever know?).
More than 30 years after the film came out, they finally have something new to obsess over. Chicago-based artist James O pays homage to the cult classic with Skinjobs: A Blade Runner Zine! Twenty-five illustrators created art inspired by the film to be collected in a limited-edition anthology booklet printed by a Risograph, a digital printing system that prints single spot colors at a time and functions like an automatic screen printer. “Blade Runner presents such an immersive, detailed universe—perfect for exploring from a variety of perspectives,” James tells Co.Design.