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REVIEW: Ze Super Zeros – Zebu and Zola



Ze Super Zeros are hero friends whose super powers and problems blend. They have their pluses and minuses too - they're super special, just like you! Each Super Zero has a "mini" power and a related challenge that teach kids to embrace what makes them unique and find their inner Super Zero.

The line consists of six different animals characters dressed up in their super hero garb: a monkey, hippo, zebra, crocodile, mouse and koala. For purposes of this review, we’ll be looking at two of the six Super Zeros characters – Zebu the Zebra and Zola the Koala.



I decided to swap out the packaging category for tag, since very few plushies come packaged in a box anymore. The tags for all of the characters are the same. The small booklet features profiles for all six characters (in English and French).

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Youdoodoll is the first ever make your own mini-me kit. You can create a youdoodoll of yourself, your boyfriend, girlfriend, mom, dad, siblings or Jm J Bullock! You can just iron on your favorite photo.

1 Blank Youdoodoll
1 Youdoodoll t-Shirt
1 set of skirt + trousers
1 iron on transfer sheet
full instructions

Look for each plush to retail for $20. For wholesale inquiries, contact DKE Toys.


Common Nonsense Show


Common Nonsense is the upcoming two person show featuring new artwork by Ken Keirns and Scott Tolleson. (two of my favorite artists) Taking place at Rotofugi Gallery in Chicago, the opening will be on Friday May 1st from 7PM until 10PM. The show will run through May 17th.

So if you get a chance, make it to this show. Scott will be releasing his Major Minnow resin (only 10 pieces) and there will be plenty of customs, prints and original paintings from both of these super-talented artists.

La Noche de la Fusión


Corey Helford Gallery is proud to present “La Noche de la Fusión”, a colorful and climactic solo exhibition of new works by Pervasive Los Angeles artist Gary Baseman. Joining Corey Helford for the first time, Baseman will transform the gallery into a Carnivalesque
festival celebrating the beauty of the bittersweetness of life. His new works of paintings and sculptures culminate in a synergistic event
fusing visual art and a pan-cultural celebration.

Open to the public, “La Noche de la Fusión” kicks off with an outdoor festival at
6:30pm followed by a gallery reception from 7 to 10pm on Saturday, May 2. Guests are encouraged and welcome to wear costumes to
the opening, and the exhibition will be on view until May 23, 2009.