Calling all cinephiles: Your dream coffee table book hits the shelves this week. 'Crazy 4 Cult: Cult Movie Art' features artwork inspired by cult classics like 'Office Space,' 'The Big Lebowski,' Edward Scissorhands,' 'A Clockwork Orange' and many, many more. You may even find pieces inspired by some of your more obscure faves, like 'They Live' and 'She-Devils on Wheels.'

The compilation includes a brief introduction by Kevin Smith, and then dives right into the art, a selection of pieces from the annual 'Crazy 4 Cult' show at LA-based Gallery 1988. (The fifth annual show is set to open on July 8th.) The show has been incredibly well-received by both common folks and celebs alike, and has attracted high-profile buyers like Joss Whedon. J.J. Abrams, Jonah Hill, Judd Apatow and Edgar Wright.

Moviefone caught up with Gallery 1988 owner (and admitted movie geek) Jensen Karp to chat about everything from the history of the show to who owns the largest collection of Kevin Smith-inspired artwork in the world. You may have noticed the awesome artwork accompanying this article – all four of these pieces can be found in the 'Crazy 4 Cult' book.