Once Again, Your Favourite Pop Culture Properties Have Been Turned Into Kids’ Book Covers

Once Again, Your Favourite Pop Culture Properties Have Been Turned Into Kids’ Book Covers
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There’s something heartwarming about seeing your favourite science fiction and fantasy films turned into kids’ books. Morphing brutal, hard-R rated content in happy, funny ways is the trademark of artist Joey Spiotto, who’s about to debut another new series in this vein.

Logan and Westworld as Storytime books by Joey Spiotto. Images: Gallery 1988

This weekend, Spiotto opens Storytime 3 at Gallery 1988 East in Los Angeles. Like the title says, this is the third such show of these works, and once again, Spiotto has mixed a slew of new properties (like Westworld, Suicide Squad and Logan) with a bunch of old favourites (like The Matrix, Spaceballs and Child’s Play) for a simply delightful-looking show.

Here’s the reveal of about one-third of the 40 pieces in the show, which opens April 7 and will go online April 8 at https://nineteeneightyeight.com/.

Oh, and in case this isn’t obvious, these are just covers. He didn’t actually write books.

If you happen to be in California, the show opens at 7PM, April 7, at 7021 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, and remains on display through April 22. In addition, from 12PM-3PM April 8, there will also be a book signing of Storytime: A Little Art Book, which has every piece Spiotto has done in this series through 2016. It’s also available at this link.