Sci-Fi Art Gets Quirky Cool With ‘A Match Made In Space’

Sci-Fi Art Gets Quirky Cool With ‘A Match Made In Space’

Argentinian artist Max Dalton has a style that’s instantly recognisable, simplistic, and quirky. Those words may not scream “science fiction,” but that’s exactly why his style works so well in that genre.

Dalton’s latest exhibit, “A Match Made in Space,” opens May 4 at Spoke Art in San Francisco, CA. The artwork fuses Dalton’s playful style with science fiction properties—with pieces ranging from sleek and futuristic to gritty and lived-in, and it all looks damned adorable in his style. Here are just a few examples of pieces in the show.

Image: All Images, Spoke Art

Image: All Images, Spoke Art

12 Monkeys by Max Dalton

MacReady by Max Dalton

Spock by Max Dalton

Metropolis by Max Dalton

Mars Attacks! by Max Dalton

Jurassic Park by Max Dalton

Godzilla by Max Dalton

Rachel by Max Dalton

Darth Vader by Max Dalton

Day of the Triffids by Max Dalton

Gravity by Max Dalton

Barbarella by Max Dalton

Wall-E by Max Dalton

Max by Max Dalton

A Trip to the Moon by Max Dalton

TARDIS by Max Dalton

Star Wars playing cards by Max Dalton

Morpheus by Max Dalton

Westworld by Max Dalton

An E.T. View-Max-Ter by Max Dalton

The show, which has limited edition prints, playing cards, and viewmasters, opens Saturday, May 4th at Spoke Art, 816 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA. It’s then only on display one more day, May 5th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Visit Spoke Art for more info.