Wednesday, March 24, 2010
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.
The above shots are pretty revealing... and most I can tell which custom belongs to who, but there are a few that are still mysterious, and I can't wait to see the full reveals of all these pieces, so great!
210 Forsyth St.
Myx can be seen on Comcast Channel 368 in the California Bay Area, Cox Ch. 479 (Orange County) and Cox Ch. 464 (Northern Virginia). It’s also on DirecTV – Channel 2067. Watch it if you get it, and support Jesse and our tight knit art community!
Date: Friday, April 9th
Time: 6PM - 9PM
Place: 123klan, 2065 Parthenais suite 377 (Frontenac Metro)
Reckless Toys did a really great job spearheading this figure into production organizing all parties involved and in the end created an awesome piece that represents Mike Giant's vision. This will be available in the fall at New York Comic Con, and also at select retailers and at RecklessToys.com. Next up... full reveal of colorways!
[PRESS] Elite Gudz artist and designer, Phetus, helped Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week bid a fond farewell to its Bryant Park home by contributing original art installations to the events media sponsor, Vevant, for each day of the eight day event. A recap of the occasion along with behind the scenes footage is now available from the team at Elite Gudz.
Phetus’ site-specific creations each consisted of a differently styled mannequin bust, a 4' x 6' canvas and an accompanying 12" x 12" canvas in themes relating to the world of fashion and current events. Amongst the pieces created by Phetus for the event were “Neg di san fe,” in an effort to support relief in Haiti and “From the Heart,” in support of Women’s Heart Health Awareness.
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!