Monday, March 30, 2009
You can choose from blue, pink, white, yellow, purple, green and orange, and he can have them to you in time for Easter! Super festive Dunny customs are only a click away so if you are interested hit up Motorbot HERE or HERE and make all your Easter fantasies come true!
Also to note that Sket will be back down in Florida! How soon you ask...actually June 20th there will be a live event in Hollywood, FL. featuring Sket-One, Pon & Shane Jessup! This new coming direct from Wizard Sleeve Toys!!!
Red Hot Robot Resin Collective Show on April 11th (plus a little surprise guest appearance "custom" by Jared)...What could that possibly be...???
HVW8 Production House is comprised of Tyler Gibney, Dan Buller and Gene Pendon. The trio create joint works of art featuring musical and political “heavyweights.” Their canvases started out as large format record covers, but now they portray political activists in addition to musicians.
HVW8 Production House does live painting, often with musical performances and they have toured the world with their multi-media exhibit. Watch the HVW8 interview feature on Walrus TV to hear them talk about how it all started, and how they combine talents to create compelling works of art.
These toys turned out amazing!!! I love they way that they incorporate the faux fur with the addition of sculpting...maybe because I do that too ;-) These have thier own style, and are very similar to Monster Workshops other work. Keep cranking these out guys, they look amazing!
This package will include:
-At least 15 screenprinted concert posters (This starts now, so it will include The Tallest Man On Earth and Pelican, plus upcoming work for Flight of the Conchords, Opeth, Crystal Antlers, Gallows, Mogwai, and more).
-At least 5 screenprinted art prints (This will include the upcoming "Warn the Town" print, as well as the art print version of Drew's Tallest Man poster. More awesomeness will of course follow).
-One original drawing (nuff said).
We plan to distribute the goodies in 3 shipments throughout the year. The first should go out this summer, then one in the winter, the last around the end of the sub. If a person wanted to pay for more frequent shipments, this is certainly negotiable. Payment plans can be worked out, as long as at least 1/3 of the sub is paid up front, then the other 2/3 before the first shipment goes out.