We've already shown you a sneak peek at the awesome art being created to celebrate the quarter-century birthday of Capcom's legendary fighting game series. And you can drool over a few more pieces in the gallery above. If you go to the Combo Attack Art Show at the IAm8-Bit gallery space, you'll see all of those and more. But the real reason to go is so that you can re-enact one of the most infamously cheesy/awesome moments of early Street Fighter games
The event organizers will have a giant automotive piñata that attendees will be encouraged to destroy, much like the World Warriors of the Street Fighter franchise did Street Fighter II's bonus stages. So, go for the art and stay for the punching.
COMBO ATTACK: 25 Years of Street Fighter
OVER 50 ARTISTS PUT THEIR QUARTERS UP AND PAY HOMAGE TO THE BRAWLER THAT STARTED IT ALL.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3
7 TO 11PM
ON DISPLAY THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 19
2147 W. SUNSET BLVD.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90026