When we hear earnest young men and women indulging in rabid discussions debating the merits of TV box sets versus the cinematic experience, we tend to abstain from chucking in our tuppence worth.
Not because we don’t have anything to say – far from it – but we find the topic rather wearisome. It’s like trying to find a winner between ale and wine: both have their place, both are freakin’ amazing.
So, it comes as no surprise to find the trend for alternative film artwork crossing over into TV. Who wouldn’t want to come up with their take on such narrative and/or comedic masterpieces as Boardwalk Empire, The Wire, Curb Your Enthusiasm et al?
And, now a group of disparate artists have been collated in a new exhibition entitled More Than You Imagined. Held in New York (Brooklyn to be exact), it might not be the easiest collection to view in the flesh, so we thought we’d paste up some of our favourite pieces for you right here, right now.
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Band Of Brothers by Paul Shipper
Boardwalk Empire by Kevin Ang
Curb Your Enthusiasm by Adam Maida
Eastbound And Down by Cuyler Smith
Flight of the Conchords by Paul Shipper
Games of Thrones by Marie Bergeron
Sex and the City by Danny Brito
Six Feet Under by Mark Englert
The Sopranos by Christopher Cox
The Wire by Tim Doyle