Star Wars Art Awakens at Gallery1988!

Check out more than 80 pieces of Star Wars art from Gallery 1988’s official Star Wars: The Art Awakens show!

Gallery1988 celebrated Friday night the arrival of Star Wars: The Art Awakens, an officially-licensed showcase of work inspired by a galaxy far, far away. In addition to many of the talented artists behind the various Star Wars art pieces you can check out in the gallery viewer below (more than 80 in all), the gallery opening was visited by none other than Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams!

Running November 14th and 15th at Gallery1988 West (7308 Melrose Ave in Hollywood), the Star Wars art show continues online. Original Star Wars art pieces are now up for auction on eBay through November 23 with prints of select originals available for purchase through December 12. Sales will benefit UNICEF Kid Power, an innovative new program that uses the world’s first Wearable-For-Good to get youth physically active to provide lifesaving, nutrition-rich food packets to kids in need around the world in the name of Star Wars: Force for Change.

Featured in the above gallery is Star Wars art from 100% Soft, Aaron Jasinski, Alex Pardee, Andrew Degraff, Andrew Thompson, Andy Stattmiller, Anthony Petrie, Ashton Gallagher, Benjie Escobar, Bennett Slater, Brad Hill, Brandi Milne, Bruce White, Chris B. Murray, Clark Orr, Dan McCarthy, Dan Mumford, Danielle Murray, Dave Perillo, Dave Quiggle, DKNG, Eric Tan, JC Richard, Jeff Boyes, Jerkface, Joey Remmers, Joey Spiotto, Josh Keyes, Joshua Budich, Julian Callos, Justin Santora, Kelly McKernan, Ken Garduno, Kiersten Essenpreis, Kris Lewis, Kristin Tercek, Leontine Greenberg, Lola Gil, Lorraine Loots, Louis Perez, Marie Bergeron, Mark Englert, Matt Taylor, Meghan Stratman, Mike Shinoda, N.C. Winters, Nan Lawson, Naoto Hattori, Nate Frizzell, Nathan Stapley, Nicole Gustafsson, Rich Kelly, Rob Prior, Robert Bowen, Roland Tamayo, Ruel Pascual, Sam Wolfe Connelly, Sarah Joncas, Scott C, Scott Listfield, Shannon Bonatakis, Stephen Andrade, Tom Whalen, Travis Louie and Veronica Fish.

Which piece of Star Wars art is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!