Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Thud Rumble Gallery
227 South B Street
San Mateo, CA 94401
Presented by Scion "This Must Be The Place"," curated by Faesthetic magazine, featured a collection of art and oddities by eight American artists inspired by the zine's minimally toned aesthetic. Featuring work from Gluekit, Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch, Damien Correll, Joel Speasmaker, Matt Curry, Skull Phone, Dan Funderburgh and Jemma Hostetler, the acclaimed multimedia artists and designers explore the theme of "home" with the loose limitation of a two-toned color palette.
Faesthetic began in 2001 as a photocopied zine and developed into a high-quality experimental arts magazine with international participation and readership.
Good morning. We all live in a yellow submarine. And so does Monster 16. What's your favorite Beatles tune? I must keep it short today, but even still... don't you doubt it: 344 LOVES YOU!
Money does go back to the artist and after today, this t-shirt will be Gone FOREVER! Today artist earns $1 for every tee sold. So make sure you get over there if yer diggin the design!
Smash Tokyo's first robo is BOHRER K16, 'Bohrer' being the German word for 'drill' (for obvious reasons.) K16 comes with two heads and is fully customisable with pull-apart arms, legs, head and torso. At this early stage the BOHRER K16 comes in DIY White and will be limited to 150 pieces at 6" scale. These pics are the model at it's early stages. Not shown is it's secondary head.
BOHRER K16 has these special features:
- Dull-in-the-dark paint
- Non-firing fists
- Batteries not-needed
- contains nuttiness
- Invisible accessories
- Box may contain air