Wednesday, August 20, 2008
I know this video is a bit old, but the graphic design elements still amaze me. Motion graphics is my hot sex. The song is called the "DVNO," by the still fresh French DJ's, Justice.
Following the success of the Seamour Sheep Illuminative Edition, Crazy Label and Sevensheaven are proud to announce the Seamour Sheep Radioactive Edition - a limited edition USB-powered lamp, this time featuring atmospheric green LED lighting, a cool radioactivity warning sign on his side, the coolest pair of goggles so far, and last but not least: a motion sensor controlled power switch...!
The Seamour Sheep Radioactive Edition will feature a cool motion sensor that detects when you turn Seamour on his side, switching off Seamour's light. To turn on the light again, simply put Seamour back on his feet. No more plugging and unplugging of power cables, and no ugly visible power switch!
6.5" tall. Comes with black glossy goggles and USB cable. This sweet piece of glowing vinyl is going to retail for about $69.00, so pick one up from the crazy label web store SOON!
Info from the very great, and amazing DKE Toys. For Wholesale Inquiries about this amazing product please contact www.dketoys.com.
That's right folks, monster customizer(get it?) has a brand spankin new website, where he is going to be posting all his goodies he is currently working on as well as I am sure some sneak peeks of upcoming projects. Motor does amazing work, and I am really looking forward to tracking his progress throughout the upcoming year. Keep rocking on the customs dude! If you want more...peep his flickr!
Kick back while we take a look at Alpha Ultimate by Michael Kwong, Unicornasaurus by Joe Ledbetter, ZOMBIE by October Toys, news, blindvelope, and more!
From Stefan's Blog:
For the most part, I tend to like all the monsters to the point where I wouldn't mind having them around the house, but 164 here actually gives me pause. I'm not sure if he'd be a welcome house guest. He's got a mean look about him. But maybe I'm wrong? Maybe I see mean when it's really a monster that's simply lost its glasses? Or got cornered? Maybe you can help me open my mind to the hidden truths of 164? I'd really like that. If you have a few minutes to spare, please...