If you enjoy reading, you're likely familiar with Stephen King, arguably the most successful and prolific American horror and fantasy author. "King for a Day" opened over the weekend and is 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 running the gamut of King's stories, from "It" to "The Dark Tower".
"King for a Day" will run through April 6th. You can see the full collection or works and purchase prints at the gallery's website. All sales 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.