The Beatles have inspired pretty much everything in music, and with Paul McCartney popping up at the Jubilee Concert and soon to be closing the Olympics, Beatlemania shows no signs of stopping, even as we reach 50 years since the Fab Four got together.
Their influence has also extended into the field of art, with several iconic covers. And now a leading Californian gallery has commissioned a range of new works, inspired by John, Paul, George and Ringo.
Gallery Nucleus, in Alhambra, is displaying the exhibition 'All Together Now: A Tribute to the Beatles', with works by over 80 diverse artists, from now until July 29. A selection are shown below, with a Yellow Submarine, Rocky Racoon, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and the guys themselves popping up.
Images: Gallery Nucleus