A collection of art pieces inspired by FOX’s hit animated series Family Guy will be on display next month at The Museum of TV & Radio in Beverly Hills. The exhibit, titled “What the Deuce Are You Staring At!?!,” will feature 21 works of pop art featuring characters from Seth McFarlane’s edgy comedy show about a dysfunctional American family and their talking, martini-sipping dog. Following its 10-week run, the show will hit the road and visit other museums and art galleries around the country.
Running the gamut from sculpture to oil paintings, the pieces included in the exhibit were commissioned by 20th Century Fox Television Licensing & Merchandising. The event is timed to help promote the Nov. 14 release of the Family Guy Vol. 4 DVD, featuring the second set of episodes from the fourth season.
McFarlane and members of the show’s voice cast are scheduled to be on hand at The Museum of TV & Radio for the gala opening on Nov. 8. Other stops on the exhibit’s tour include the Van Eaton Gallery in Los Angeles, Animation Connection in Toronto, the Linda Jones Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Animation Art Gallery in London and the Silver K Gallery in Melbourne.