Posted by specialK July 27, 2012

Jon Stich is an illustrator from Oakland, CA who likes to put 80s celebrities' heads onto dinosaur bodies. 

Mr. T- Rex. Mr. T looks good anywhere ! 

MC Hammer-saurus 


The dinosaurs are truly great, but I love Jon's strait-up portraits best. Snoop Dogg made me laugh at...

Posted by specialK July 27, 2012

Photographer Alan Sailer likes to shoot things with pellet guns, blow stuff up with fire crackers and take pictures of it. The images are great & you should check out Alan's Flickr for more pictures. Our friends at Lost In A Supermarket picked out some of their favorites & you can find...

Posted by specialK July 27, 2012

It looks as though London is cracking down on the street art that recently popped up in time for the Olympics. Several pieces have already been removed or covered up, once again raising the question what is graffiti & what is art.

Criminal Chalkist

Mau Mau ...

Posted by specialK July 27, 2012

Crazy 4 Cult is coming to New York City. Marking it's 6th show, Crazy 4 Cult is a group show that features artists that base their work on some of the cult classics we know and love so much. 

Adam Limbert

Fred Harper

Veronica Fish 


Posted by Erica July 27, 2012

Erick Scarecrow has just sent us some info on the release of The Aldara x Sama. These 3.75" hand painted, resin figures were a crossover project between ESC & Frombies. The figures were leftover from the Anime Expo last month and are now available at the ESC online...

Posted by Erica July 27, 2012

NYC Based fashion designer Lauren RIker has a serious passion for knitting. Yep! Knitting. She is the owner of Girly Knits, a company devoted to supplying the "hip" girl with cute, fun, fashionable knitted accessories and apparel. 

I have never seen someone create a knitted garment that...

Posted by Erica July 27, 2012

Restore-Created has posted directions on how to vote for the 2012 Designer Toy Awards in Japanese! Check it out HERE

Posted by Erica July 27, 2012

The MakerBot crew was at SDCC 2012 demonstrating their latest and greatest, MakerBot Replicator. It appears as though they used the machine to transform Ron English's Cereal Killer Franken Fat, into a 3D figure. I am really interested by this, we already know that Cap'n Cornstarch is going to be the next figure...


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