Dr. Bao and Spive - the NVC crew - have submitted photos of their latest custom - The Bronze Migration. They used a tiny Zipperpull Munny, a mini smorkin labbit and a monger. The Munny is named Nakamura, a samurai, and the labbit and monger are "parade and transport" animals. The theme is that they are all going to war...with NVC even creating a scenery background.
James Jarvis will be exhibiting some of his preparatory drawings from “Vortigern’s Machine and the Great Sage of Wisdom” at Meltdown Comics.
The exhibition will last from July 28th until August 28th. James will be making a personal appearance on the opening night where, from 6pm, he will sign whatever is put in front of him (within reason).
Available for purchase: 8 pieces of original art; an edition of 10 hardcover "Vortigern’s Machine and the Great Sage of Wisdom" books with front and back inside flap covers drawn by Jarvis; limited edition of 20 Pink King Ken figures. James will also paint a mural at the gallery!
Saturday August 19, 2006 to September 5, 2006
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 19th, 2006 (7 pm - 11 pm)
Admission is free
Bring in your flyer to receive a free gift at the door
Music by Dj Ricky Ramos
Gallery Nucleus presents an exhibition of well known contemporary illustrators, ”Tradigitals”, graphic designers, and contemporary Artists who will be joining together to display works of art. Join Gallery Nucleus and the artists who will showcase works, such as CD covers, posters, book covers, new and original work that has nothing to do with covers. This show has no specific theme in mind, only to show everyone who comes great works of art and what this comfortable Alhambra (CA) Gallery can reveal.
Chris Turham, Edwin Ushrio, Peter Vattanatham & Fiel Fiel Valdez, Josh Cochran, Kevin Dart, Mari Inukai, Megan Brain, P. Williams, Sun An, Ronald Kurniawan, Thomas Han, Wilson Swain
Peabe will have his first solo show on August 4th at Chicago's Rotofugi. If you're in the area you'll want to come out for this special occasion. Tell 'em Plastic and Plush sent ya!
Why is it that whenever I hear of a show at the Billy Shire Fine Arts Gallery...the first thing that pops into my mind is Talia Shire (of Rocky and Godfather fame)? In any case...Glen Barr was exhibiting his work at the gallery, with an opening reception on July 15th. Our friend Robert, from Kung Fu Toys, sent in these great looking pictures of the exhibit. The show runs through August 19th, and his book signing has been postponed until July 18th. So if you're in Culver City, CA...check it out!
If you were in Seattle and didn't make it out to the Munny Show opening...well...then you missed out! No worries though. You can check out all of Schmancy Toys coverage at their flickr site. A bunch of very cool customs.
The NVC Crew - Dr. Bao and Spive - have combined 2 of their favorites in this custom set. Infusing their love for Asian pop culture with their musical taste - specificaly rap - the NVC Crew's custom is called Wu Tang Clan vs. Shaolin Monks. The group continues to show their unique work. Looking forward to seeing more!