On June 23rd the crew from Robot Chicken gathered their personal art work together and held a gallery show at iam8bit Gallery in Los Angeles. The art show was to help one of the crews team members brother whom fell ill with a deadly disease. To ease the cost of medical expenses 100% of the proceeds went to Steven for whom the benefit was held for. The show was packed with an estimated draw of 1000 people over the course of the night.
The artwork was great, and the outpouring was awesome. Here you see many tiki sculptures made by John Sumner.
Before the doors even opened the gallery was hopping with enthusiasm for the event.
Jeremy Fischer (Robot Chicken crew member) set up an animation station where patrons of the show. Get your animation on!
Custom made puppet in your image was up for auction, but who was the winner?
A Robot Chicken Hat up for Auction, Awesome!!!
A Robot Chicken puppet that appeared on the show was up for auction as well. Pretty Sweet!
The show was a great event and we all at Stop Motion Magazine hope the best for Steven and his family.