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Guillermo Del Toro Exhibit at LACMA

Went down to L.A. to check out the exhibit of Guillermo del Toro’s collection of the wonderous and fantastic at the LACMA museum.

Jaroslav Geber’s “Divine Messenger” painting from Rod Serling’s “Night Gallery” series. Most of you may be too young to know what that is.
Was walking around the museum, taking photos, turned around, and this #scaredthehelloutofme. Ghost kid from Guillermo del Toro’s “Devil’s Backbone”.
The Faun from Pan’s Labyrinth.
Craig LaRotonda’s “Divine Messenger” (2010)
Jamie Sandoval’s “Standoff”.
Zdzisław Beksiński’s “Crucifixion”.
Display of the infamous 1932 film “Freaks”, which I still believe is a “must watch” and ahead of its time.
Hellboy movie props. That’s a big gun!
Amazing lifelike statue of famous author H.P. Lovecraft – creator of the Necronomicon and the unpronouncable Cthulhu.
Guillermo del Toro’s handwritten notebook of wonderous and fantastical ideas of the imagination.
Time Machine replicas from the 1960 film based on the H.G. Wells novel.
Another Time Machine replica with a nice ass case from the 1960 film based on the H.G. Wells novel. I want this but not for sale.
Little critter from “Pacific Rim”.
This is the giant wooden hand that guides you and your imagination.
James Cameron’s concept art for “Aliens”.
Prints from one of the scariest book series I’ve read growing up – “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”.
Birdepede and a Boris Karloff head.
Ray Harryhaussen – the father of stop motion animation.
Judas Breed Insect from del Toro’s “Mimic”.
Just some weird random sh!t!
Bram Stoker’s Dracula’s cane.
Zdzisław Beksiński’s “Apocalypse”
Pacific Rim
Mark Prent’s “The End Steals In” (2009)
This clock tells fantastical time.
When Frankenstein propositioned his bride.
If you need steampunk-looking kits to fight ghosts, vampires, and little dolls, there’s aplenty here.
Some angels don’t have limbs.
Pan’s Labyrinth

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