Art from 16 Bento Box artists who work on the series will be on display through December 10 at Los Angeles pop-up restaurant space Unit 120. Don’t forget to ask about the burger of the day!
LOS ANGELES -- Original works of art from the animators, artists and creative minds behind 20th Century Fox Television’s hit show Bob’s Burgers, will be showcased in a free exhibit presented by Bento Box Entertainment starting December 1st.
Comprised of paintings, sculptures and mixed medium originals, these pieces are truly one of a kind featuring art from 16 Bento Box artists who work on the series. The limited-time showcase will run through December 10 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. A kickoff event will be held on December 1, open to the public from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. PST, at 727 N Broadway #120, Los Angeles, CA 90012. This exclusive art showcase takes place at Unit 120, a pop-up restaurant space in Los Angeles, with special gourmet burgers from Chef Alvin Cailan, owner, and Chef Isa Fabro marking the special occasion.
This art show is the latest in a series of events produced by Bento Box Entertainment in partnership with 20th Century Fox to expand the Bob’s Burgers brand beyond television. Recent examples include the sold-out BOB’S BURGERS LIVE! Tour, New York Times Best-selling cookbook, comic books, coloring books, calendars, t-shirts and other merchandise.
A 20th Century Fox Television Emmy Award-winning production, Bob’s Burgers was created by Loren Bouchard (Home Movies). Bouchard and Jim Dauterive (King of the Hill) serve as executive producers and writers, with animation produced by Bento Box Entertainment. New episodes of the series will return to FOX in Winter 2017.
More details regarding the event can be found at www.bentoboxent.com.
Source: Bento Box Entertainment