Scale model of Krinked New York City mailbox.
Solid cast resin, silver foil drips, individually numbered edition of 500 pieces.
Releases December 18th at Kid Robot stores and kidrobot.com
Artifacts, C’mon wit da git down, 1994
A favorite spot in Philadelphia, Space 1026 will host it’s annual Art Auction this Friday. So far the auction features work from Joseph Hart, Ryan Wallace, Michelle Blade, Matt Leines, Alex Lukas, Sighn, Brielle Duym, Outlaw Print Company, Print Liberation, Fabric Horse, Trevor Reese, Bill McRight, Free News Projects, Mark Price, Jason Hsu, Caleb Neelon, Shepard Fairey, William Buzzell, and Alex Da Corte. I am sure there will also be some surprise additions later in the week. More info here
Secret City aired on PBS back in the 80′s and taught many children including myself how to draw in 3D. The main city drawing in the back is so fresh.
Feel free to send me a copy of this.
Billy Ripken was a Second Basemen and apparently an bitter asshole too, which explains why one of his teammates he wrote ‘Fuck Face’ on the bottom of his bat. This card should be made into a poster
via, gorilla mask
First Gossip Girl, next, Days of Our Lives.
The UK soap Hollyoaks actress Roxanne McKee. She plays Louise Summers. Via:Plunder
Abyssinian by Akihiro Furata
Check out the brief from Ralph Lauren. Ditch the messenger bag for a real bag. The only snag… the price click here to see. When will Uniqlo or H&M knock it off?
Chubb Rock, Treat ‘em Right, 1991
“Village officials in Wellington, Florida, last year inserted a GPS tracking device in the baby Jesus doll to combat theft. And wouldn’t you know it? Jesus went missing, and authorities used the GPS to catch the 18-year-old girl who stole it. This year, Wellington officials plan to insert GPS trackers into the Christmas Tree, the Menorah and everything else in the holiday display that isn’t nailed down.”
I have a feeling this will be the next shoplifting prevention device to hit stores. Everything you buy will have lowjack.
The phone has a picture of Bruce Lee on the back along with his signature. It also comes bundled with a bunch of rare photos of the Dragon as well as accessories and, best of all, a Bruce Lee doll.
Check out this amazing video.
“A middle-aged slacker shocked by bolts of electricity that transform him into a stocky, stick-wielding giant several stories high who is entrusted with defending Japan from a host of bizarre monsters. But while his predecessors were national heroes, he is a pariah among the citizens he protects, who bitterly complain about the noise and destruction of property he causes. And Daisato has his own problems – an agent insistent on branding him with sponsor advertisements, an Alzheimer-afflicted grandfather who transforms into a giant in dirty underwear, and a family who is embarrassed by his often cowardly exploits. A wickedly deadpan spin on the giant Japanese superhero, BIG MAN JAPAN is an outrageous portrait of a pathetic, but truly unique hero.”