Inventive Artwork Inspired by New York Movies

Brooklyn’s Bottleneck Gallery opens a new exhibit tomorrow that’s rather close to our hearts: The Popular Face of New York, in which artist Raid71 (aka Chris Thornley) reinterprets classic NYC scenes from movies, as well as paying tribute to those who create them. The results are clever, inspired, and frequently funny. Check out some of our favorite pieces below, and if you’re in New York, visit the show in person through Friday, March 29; online sales begin Saturday, March 16 at approximately noon EDT.

Image credit: Raid71