This past weekend, hundreds lined up to get into an art exhibit in Lower Manhattan. But this wasn't a typical gallery opening. There were no hors d'oeuvres or cocktails, and well-heeled patrons weren't shopping for artwork to hang in their multimillion-dollar lofts. No, on this Saturday night a small Tribeca gallery was the nexus of Ghostbusters fandom.

Children of the ’70s and ’80s came out in droves to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the film and peruse an incredibly eclectic collection of original fan art commissioned solely for the occasion. This is the first stop on a multi-city tour put on by Los Angeles’ Gallery1988. Over the summer, it'll make stops in LA and Chicago, before concluding in San Diego just in time for Comic-Con. And for fans looking to decorate their homes with Ghostbusters art, these shows are the only opportunity to buy prints.

"I have a lot of walls," a fan tells me with a chuckle. His name's Jason, and he's looking to decorate his New Jersey-based office. He and his fiancé are waiting in line around the corner from the gallery entrance. They've hardly moved in the 45 minutes they've been here, but Jason doesn't seem dismayed. "I have a lot of white space to fill."