World of Wonder Storefront Gallery

“A zany art scene and gallery that both celebrates and skewers the industry town’s mystique.” –LA Weekly

The World of Wonder Storefront Gallery was home to a pop art and the pop culture revolution. Located two blocks east of the world famous Hollywood & Highland, it was a place where high art and low brow collide. Opened in August 2007 on the former site of a Hollywood Boulevard sex shop, the gallery underwent extensive renovations.

Growing quickly from underground sensation to a mainstream notoriety, the World of Wonder Storefront Gallery frequently attracted international press attention, and has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News, Times of India, UK Daily Mirror, Us Weekly, Art US, and on MTV, Fox News, and internet sites TMZ, E! Online, Perez Hilton, Reuters and Yahoo News. Frequent contributors to the group shows included New York society photographer Patrick McMullan, to up-and-coming art world superstars Jamie Boling, Corey Smith and Jason Kronenwald.

Check out some of the art below

Black Moon Owl  by Clancy Cavnar

What A Hoot

An Artful Discourse on Owlism in Contemporary Society Owl-a-Day Artist Clancy Cavnar (who literally paints - you guessed it - an owl every day) ... See the Rest

Octomom Art by Sham

Name That Toon

Celebrating the Cartoon talents of 8 animated Angelenos. Angus Oblong, Ben Tegel, Glen Hanson, Sam Woolley, Sham, Tennessee Loveless, Todd Goldman, ... See the Rest

MAD-onna by Paul Monroe

Dial M for Madonna

Dial M for Madonna, curated by James St James and Steven Corfe was a 40-artist-strong group show of all things Madge, from a conical bra made entirely ... See the Rest

Gum Blonde LIII by Jason Kroneburg

Hollywood DC

Lights Camera Election! ... See the Rest

Connie Girl by Aaron Cobbett

RuPaul’s Drag Race Art Show

In honor of RuPaul's Drag Race, the World of Wonder Storefront Gallery presented the largest exhibition of art by and about drag queens ever assembled ... See the Rest

Love is Like a Butterfly by David Mitchell

Dolly POP

Among the visual candy in this show was an original piece by New Yorker illustrator Robert de Michiell, Jason Kronenwald's portrait made from chewed ... See the Rest


Bettie Page Art Show

With her trademark black bangs and care free smile Bettie Page dominated the girlie magazines of the 1950s, starting a one-woman sexual revolution. ... See the Rest

Harlow with Harp by Daisy

99 Only Art Sale

Showcasing over 999 affordable paintings – nothing over $99! WOW’s economic bail-out package revealed – Cheap art for charities sake! Portion of the ... See the Rest

Llewellyn  by B. Calinsky

2 Girls, 1 Gallery

Co-curated by James St James, Steven Corfe and Thairin Smothers, the gallery has celebrated pop culture in a multitude of mediums. "From high art to ... See the Rest