Friday, March 19, 2010
Through the month of March
Check out this cool video interview with Mark Mothersbaugh (of Devo) as he speaks about his DIY approach to making all forms of art and about the making of his video piece "Bora Bora Manta Ray" which can be seen as part of Scion's Installation 6: Video - national art tour which is opening in Wichita, KS on March 26th, 7pm - 11pm at Tangent Lab featuring works from Mark as well as a slew of other great artists!
In order to insure quality, the pens were manufactured by ESKESEN A/S, the Original Floating Action Pen™ innovators, who for over fifty years have produced novelty products with movable images. Each ball point pen is loaded with smooth-writing black ink and is available in one of four different transparent barrel & clip color combination's; Black/Black, Red/Red, Black/Red or Red/Green. The pens, often called Floaty Pens or sometimes Floaties, are collected by people all over the world.
The artists include:
64 Colors, Aaron Stewart, Andrew Bell, Argonaut Resins, Brent Nolasco, Brian Flynn, Chauskoskis, Chris Krebs, Chuckboy, Chris Raab , Cypher13, Dacosta!, Dave Gittleman, Dead Presidents, Mr. Den, Gods and Monsters, Dril One, Dustin Cantrell, Entae Kim, Frank Mysterio, Jared Deal, Jason Limón, J-Bat, Jeremiah Ketner, JESTER, Motorbot, J-ROO, kaNO, keithing, King Abnon, Leecifer, LJ Lindhurst, Lou Pimentel, MAD, Manny Galan, Matt Doughty, Moopf, NEMO, OsirisOrion, Patrick Francisco, PHONETICONTROL, Pon, Reactor-88, Sam Fout, Mr. Shane Jessup, Steve Talkowski, Sket One, SUCKADELIC, TOYSREVIL, and veggiesomething.
If your signed up on Twitter, I am sure you have seen people posting little sneak's here and there, and I am really excited along with Steve to see all of these... but how cool is it for Steve to finally have his own figure and artists that he has been following are now customizing on it... gotta be pretty surreal!
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