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Artists pay tribute to Stephen King's twisted legacy of horror

As one of the most successful and prolific American horror and fantasy authors, Stephen King's works span decades and mediums. To celebrate his work, illustrators lined up to provide pieces for "King for a Day:" an art show from the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles that's billed as a "tribute to Stephen King's full body of collected works." The collection features dozens of pieces covering the gamut of King's stories, including The Shining and Pet Sematary.

King for a Day opened March 21st and will run through April 6th. Works on sale at the show and online will benefit The Haven Foundation: a non-profit organization that gives financial assistance to freelance artists who suffer a career-threatening disruption including illnesses or disabilities. You can see the full collection and purchase prints at the gallery's website.


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