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'It' movie art exhibition shows off LA's creepy art


If you’re afraid of clowns, you’ve probably already shut your laptop and left the room, or thrown your phone into a nearby body of water. But if you’re one of the brave souls who made it into this article, here’s a look at the new "It" Art Exhibition in LA.

Located at Gallery 1988 on Melrose, the exhibition features "Pennywise-inspired" creations from local artists, including re-imagined posters, oil paintings, and terrifying dolls.

This art collection is the latest in some pretty exhaustive marketing by Warner Brothers for the movie’s release, which includes a full-scale haunted house on Hollywood Blvd., and a VR experience.

The exhibition is open now through September 3rd, just ahead of the film’s release on the 8th.

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