Thursday, March 5, 2009
Rid your household of unwanted Apparitions the modern way. This marvel of engineering does away with the need for priests, arcane ceremonies, bells, books and candles. Simply set him to work in your haunted establishment and he will swiftly render your insubstantial tenant into its component parts. Ectoplasm, Aether, Sulphur and Vapour are collected separately for easy disposal later. Any potentially valuable or interesting Apports are also collected and stored. The Miraculous patented engine requires no stoking or cranking as it gathers its kinetic force from the dissipated spirits previously despatched.
18" tall by 7" x 8"
Vinyl, Copper, Glass, Aluminium, Paper, Lead, Rubber, Cedar wood, ABS, Polyurethane resin, Found Objects.
Your Pocketsized Clockwork Advisor. When the larger Kismet Disseminator is simply too bulky (such as when on Safari) this smaller version of the Devination Engine can come in very handy. Always ready to dispense invaluable tidbits of wisdom to aid you through your day. Featuring tear off slips for easy storage in a pocket or journal.
6" tall by 5" x 5"
Vinyl, Brass, Steel, Paper, Lead, Rubber, Acrylic, Found Objects.
(Edition of six. Three brass, three copper.)
Do you experience feelings of dread in your basement of attic? Intended for use in conjunction with the Phenomenologocal Extrapolator. These tiny clockwork characters rush about your domicile and entice other less mechanical spirits into believing that it is safe to emerge from hiding. Available individually or in sets. These plucky little fellows take the legwork out of ghost busting.
3" tall by 3" x 2"
Vinyl, Lead, Rubber, Brass, Polymer clay.
2. Place the planchard in the centre of the cards.
3. Set dial A to the spirit you wish to contact.
4. Set dial B to the time since death if known.
5. Fully wind the patented clockwork mechanism.
6. Sit in a circle around the device and join hands.
7. Once the spirit is contacted ask the desired question
using standard international Morse code via the tap key mounted on top of the case.
6" tall by 18" wide by 12"
Oak, Cedar wood, Vinyl, Brass, Steel, Paper, Lead, Rubber, Silver, Found Objects.
Daily Devination Through Infusion Detritus. The art of foretelling the future through the interpretation of tea leaves is an ancient a nobel art. Blavatski & Sons new Tasseomancy engine brings this age old craft into the modern world. Far more accurate than any crone, the Tasseomancer will deduce your future activities with a high degree of accuracy in a fraction of the time. He can also make suggestions about the best way to brew a good cup of char!
12" tall by 7" x 4" (not including cups)
Vinyl, Brass, Steel, Paper, Lead, Copper, Rubber, ABS, Glass, Found Objects.
If you are interested in anything from this show, or have any questions, please call us at (323) 937 - 7088 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about the show and gallery at our website, gallery1988.com.
This 5" special monochromatic color Tear Drip created by amazing illustrator Travis Lampe was released at Wondercon 2009 in San Francisco and is limited to 300 pieces. If you were not able to make it out...then now is your chance to get one HERE! This will set you back $16.95, but well worth that price!
Some info on Marshall:
"Marshall Mashumaro was a little boy who ate so many marshmallows he turned into one! How scary is that? But…he’s just about the cutest little marshmallow boy ever!"
"This special "Vintage" color Marshall was released at Wondercon 2009 in San Francisco and is limited to 500 pieces."
Get on this now folks because one the blind-box series of these is released...I can almost assure you that this OG version is going to be sought after, so go buy NOW ;-)
So let me be the first to say that I WAS WRONG in my speculation of the chase figure...because as you can see the chase is just printed on black vinyl instead of yellow! Still it was fun to speculate what this chase would look like...I am diggin the black version! I hope you all were able to get this highly sought after Dunny, because from what I have heard it is already sold out :-( Congrats again to Jesse for this awesome looking piece, and in my opinion breathing life back into the Dunny platform!
Photo courtesy of jshen!