This weekend sees the opening of Gallery 1988’s 30 Years Later, an exhibit featuring films released in 1986. ’86 was quite a year for cinema, featuring breakouts like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Stand by Me, Aliens, Big Trouble in Little China, and tons more, so you can expect a wild show.

One of the artists contributing is the always great Nick Comparone, and his latest one-of-a-kind stencil piece pays tribute to the seminal Pretty in Pink, because, what’s the 80s without a little John Hughes? I love the overall vibrancy of the piece – it’s striking, replete with some great texture work and perfectly capturing star Molly Ringwald at her most iconic!

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gallery_1988_30_years_later comparone_pretty_in_pink18″ x 24″ / 8 layer stencil and spraypaint on panel