Breaking Bad Art Exhibition on Display in London

Hit television series Breaking Bad adds another impressive feat to its never-ending list of

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Hit television series Breaking Bad adds another impressive feat to its never-ending list of tributes as an art exhibition dedicated to the series’ characters went on display in London’s 71a Gallery. Reinterpreting dark imagery taken from the Breaking Bad series, cartoonist Ralph Steadman documents Walter White’s unique story through exclusive handcrafted character illustrations, which will be released on limited-edition Blu-ray steelbooks. Also included in the Breaking Bad art exhibition are several hand-drawn iterations and artworks by rising talent in the UK, which were personally selected by Steadman. Enjoy pieces from the Breaking Bad art exhibit above and head over to 71a Gallery’s site for more.

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