Sunday, July 17, 2011
Along with these customs that you see above and to the left he is also going to have tees, buttons, prints, stickers, etc. Along with a very special pre-order of a new plush figure and some sweet hoodies, and hats. There will be lots of freebies throughout the week and Tharp will be there to sign and meet all the great peeps who stop by. So give this man a nice big San Diego welcome, and stop by his booth to see his sweet customs!
Also, Hi-Fructose is proud to present a selection from the Pressure Printing Archives, with the most impressive reproductions from : Todd Schorr, Scott Musgrove, Mark Mothersbaugh, Jeff Soto, Tony Millioniare, Jim Woodring & More. We'll be bringing rare Hi-Fructose back issues, Box Sets, and fresh copies of HF contributor Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho's beautiful new photography book Heroes and Villians as well! Hit the jump for a full run down, put together in one massive photo collage!
Limited to only 5 figures, this super secret, super spooky edition will only be for sale on SUNDAY July 24th. Designed, sculpted and hand painted by Mikie Graham, Chochinobake was graciously molded and poured by Motorbot of Deadbear Studios. Each colorway comes in its own Kaiju style bag/header that includes an 8"X10" mini print/bio story for the character. All this hand made goodness for only $60!
Source Pics & Text [ZombieMonkie Press]
For those attending SDCC this week be sure to check out IDW's booth to meet 3A's co owner Kim and his second hand man Benny. Ashley is scheduled to sign books On Friday between 11:00 – 12:00 at the IDW booth. For more information be sure to check out IDW's website.
HeadCrash will also join the 2011 line-up. Each Cybermite is hand cast, and painted poly-resin. They're approximately 3.5" h x4.25" diam, each sporting a signature style mohawk and limited to 10 pieces each /color. In addition to the release of Cybermite, Pierre will be revealing several customized, one-of-a-kind 'mites HERE which are also available for purchase through his blog HERE.
Source[Pierre Rouzier Press]