Surprise: Mondo’s Final Gallery Show Of 2016 Will Be NICKELODEON-Themed

90s kids, rejoice.

 2016's almost over, and you know what that means: it's time to announce this year's final Mondo Gallery showcase.

This year, the Mondo crew's going out with an entire show dedicated to classic Nickelodeon programming (y'know, the stuff some of us broken-down olds watched back in the day, when the world was a far more simpler, less terrifying place). 

Here's the press release:

Mondo Gallery Presents:

“A-Nick-Nick-Nick-Nick-N-Nick-Nick-Nick Nickelodeon Show”

Mondo Gallery Closes Out 2016 With A Spectacular Event

Devoted To Beloved Nickelodeon Classics!

Austin, TX – Thursday, December 1, 2016 – Mondo Gallery today announced a new one-week poster show highlighting iconic Nickelodeon properties that will include gorgeous prints for The Ren & Stimpy Show, SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Rocko’s Modern Life, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters and Avatar. Featured artists will include Florian Bertmer, Dave Perillo, Francesco Francavilla, Rosemary Valero-O’Connell, Sachin Teng, Ciro Nieli, Sara Kipin and Janice Chu. The opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held on Friday, December 9, from 7:00 – 10:00pm at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX (4115 Guadalupe St). The show will run through Saturday, December 17.

Mondo will hold a special Family Day on Saturday, December 10, from 10am – NOON, featuring a Slime Building Workshop with Mad Science of Austin, face painting, photo booth, coffee and donuts, and more!

Mondo Creative Director Mitch Putnam said "Nickelodeon was a huge part of my childhood. It represented everything cool and rebellious, and parents didn't know anything about it. We worked with a number of great artists to pay homage to some of the channel's most influential programming. We hope you have as much fun seeing it as we had making it."

"Thrilled to be part of the Nickelodeon show with Mondo.  I grew up watching Nickelodeon when my family first got cable in the early ‘80s, with shows like Pinwheel and You Can't Do That on Television. Always wanted to get slimed for saying 'I don't know?' or food poisoning from Barth's Burgery," said artist Dave Perillo.

And here's a look at several of the posters that will be available at the show:

Rocko's Modern Life by Dave Perillo

Ren And Stimpy by Florian Bertmer

TMNT (Zen) by Sachin Teng

Like it says on the card, the A-Nick-Nick-Nick-Nick-N-Nick-Nick-Nick Nickelodeon Show opens at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX on Friday, December 9th at 7PM, and will remain open for purchases (and viewings!) through December 17th. We'll see you there!