Ryan Bubnis x Kidrobot: Hereos and Heartbreakers

November 28th, 2008 ⋅ in toys
Portland artist Ryan Bubnis got together with Kidrobot to design the Hereos and Heartbreakers Mini Figures soft vinyl series. Halloween may be over, but it looks like something in the candy put Bubnis’ 3-inch Heroes and Heartbreakers into zombie mode. Watch out for 16 blind-boxed figures and 2 chases each tricked out in sugar-coated [...]
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"Stencil" Group Show

November 28th, 2008 ⋅ in events
Artist PaperMonster got together with the cats at Art Whino to organize a group showing simply called Stencil. You guessed it: all the artists featured are stencil artists. You’re so clever. A massive installation of stencil art, most of which is affordable to “the youngest of the young and the most passionate of collectors,” Stencil […]
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TELEPHONE WIRE TEE

November 26th, 2008 ⋅ in blog, exclusive fashion, Sacred Stitch Clothing
SACRED STITCH IS PROUD TO PRESENT OUR TELEPHONE WIRE TEE AVAILABLE AT WWW.SACREDSTITCH.COM AND FINE RETAILERS EVERYWHERE
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Sacred Stitch Clothing LLC.

November 26th, 2008 ⋅ in exclusive fashion
Sacred stitch isn’t merely a name but a synonymous undertone for a brand that is defining a cultural movement. Every stitch is engineered with passion and executed in the way our customers demand. The creative minds that birthed the company come from all different walks of life but share the same ideals of loyalty and […]
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March 28th, 2008 ⋅ in blog
Audrey Kawasaki’s stunning painting She Who Dares (which also made its debut to the world in Juxtapoz issue #90) will be made available as a limited edition print this Sunday, November 16th at 6pm PST. This 18″ x 21″ on 20” x 23″ sheet is a giclee print on archival hahnemuhle paper. She Who Dares […]
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Frank Kozik Ho Chi Minh Busts

March 28th, 2008 ⋅ in blog
What do Frank Kozik and Ho Chi Minh have in common? Hopefully not too much, but infamous toy designer Kozik has molded this bust of the Vietnamese leader in a 14” green vinyl, hand-cast resin sculpture. And that’s not all: Minh comes complete with his own machine gun! Grab some Communist love because these guys […]
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Too Art for TV 3

March 28th, 2008 ⋅ in blog
Too Art for TV 3, New York’s 3rd annual fine art exhibit for the animation industry, opens to the masses Friday, December 5th, from 6-9pm. Designed to promote and encourage the fine arts in the animation industry, Too Art for TV looks for work that isn’t your typical animation fair. “We believe that artists in […]
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SACRED STITCH

March 28th, 2008 ⋅ in blog
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Banksy Hits NYC

March 28th, 2008 ⋅ in blog
A sunday stroll around the city to see Banksy lastest artworks. At the following: Howard/Broadway, Houston/Mc Dougal, Grand/Wooster, Canal/S of W.Broadway. Installation on 7th Ave Between Bleeker/ W.4th Street. Click Here To See More of Banksy’s Work generic viagracheap generic viagraorder viagraviagraviagra genericcheap generic viagra [...]
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Takashi Murakami Goes To Hollywood

March 28th, 2008 ⋅ in blog
Making his way to the west coast, Japan’s version of Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami, will bring his creative collective to Tinsel Town. Expanding his animation and artistic capabilities, a studio under the Kaikai Kiki firm has been leased on North Highland Avenue with their first scheduled project being a animated film based on Murakami’s [...]
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