The immensely epic, intensely A.D.D. portfolio of Curtis Nishimura.
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I’m obsessed with Geoff McFetridge, I can’t help it! He has to be one of the most creative people alive right now.
In conjunction with his new exhibit ‘Bend The Void: The Space Between Yeah and Yes’ at MU in Eindhoven, Netherlands, indie publishing house Nieves has released a 16 page, full color book showcasing some of the work from the exhibit. And it’s only $14!
Click here to check it out!
Link via the always wonderful unfolded/now
Hahahaha… these are so ridiculously cool. Ewok’s may have been the worst part of the original trilogy, but I’d take them over that shit Jar Jar Binks anyday. And I think Medicom agrees with me because they’re releasing the mega cute Ewok Bearbricks you see above.
The orange one, on the right end, could very well be the cutest thing ever. I wouldn’t be sad if my baby turned out like that.
Kid Robot is having a new customization contest, this time featuring their newest creation, the Mini Munny Mobile! It’s an awesome little car that comes with 4 mystery accessories, and mini Munny to drive it. I totally want the bubble to go over the top of the Munny, like the Jetsons’ car!
Contest ends July 23rd, so hurry up and get going!
I think I’ll convince Jeff to make one with me, so we’ll post our creations when we finish ‘em!
I saw these at Urban Outfitters and thought they were kinda’ fun. Totem Doppleganger is the creation of Anton Ginzburg who displayed them at an installation at the Moscow Biennial of Contemporary Art in 2006. These are a little miniature version that you can stack in your home!
They’re on sale online for $15, not too shabby!
After mentioning The Little Friends of Printmaking in the last post, I had to give them they’re own post! Little Friends are a husband and wife team based out of Wisconsin, and make some really bad ass posters. They have a ton of posters for sale on their site, and their all around $20, so go do some more spending and help these awesome folks out!
And be sure to check out their blog as well, which gets updated more often!
We’re Rollin, They’re Hatin’ was a huge, month long, Dungeons and Dragons based art show that happened in Chicago from April 20th to May 20th. My friend Riley, who is also the Dungeon Master in the AMAZING fantasy television series, Dungeon Majesty, filled me in on it this weekend. There’s just so much to talk about, it’s almost overwhelming!
Basically, they got together over 30 amazing artists like the aforementioned Dungeon Majesty, Noah Butkus, Maya Hayuk, Cody Hudson, Paper Rad, Little Friends of Printmaking, Steven Harrington, and Justin Kreitemeyer.
I wish I would have been able to see this, it looks like it would be such a fuckin’ blast!
You can check out lots of pictures of the show at Stugrock’s Flickr, and the Little Friends of Printmaking have a set up as well!
They also had their t-shirts printed by Threadless, which are still on sale, so go by some! Your mother would love one!
You can also get the catalog and show zine which is printed on 17 x 22″ newsprint in purple ink! It has artwork from 17 of the artists in the show, and looks like it would be so rad. And it’s only $5!
I hate all of those guys from National Forest.
Okay, that’s actually not true at all, I’m insanely jealous of all of the rad projects they do. Justin Kreitemeyer is one of them, and he’s an absolute slice of amazing. Above is one of the designs he worked on for a demolition derby he was a part of. That’s just pink house paint on the car! So simple, and so effective.