Big news from mimoco. With the company launching their TADO - Hero mimobot today, they have also announced the second figure in their Flying Cat Artist Series. British artist Jon Burgerman has designed his Corrupted Data mimobot.
New lower pricing is currently in effect:
256MB - $49.95
512MB - $74.95
1GB - $99.95
2GB - $149.95
Win this limited edition poster produced specially for Candy’s Sweet Talk event in March, through Jon Burgerman’s site. This poster is unavailable anywhere else and will come signed and packaged in a nice card tube.
You’ll need to go to Jon’s site and let him know what your favorite candy is. The funniest or best answer will win the poster!
A brand new Attaboy Giclee Print is now available. The Orange is a HUGE 18" x 44” wide giclee print on heavy archival watercolor paper. It’s been printed in UV inks and suitable for framing.
Limited edition of 50. Each is signed, numbered and includes a certificate.
FreeBento now has all of the Sket One CiBoys in stock!
One of my favorite character sets from James Jarvis and Amos Toys - Rusty and Dworkin - are shipping to retailers (from STRANGEco) this week. Here's what the STRANGEco website has to say about this duo:
Amos Novelties presents Vortigern’s Machine, a new story book and figure series by James Jarvis and Russell Waterman. Rusty and Dworkin features one half of the intrepid protagonist duo (with the forthcoming Wiggs), plus Rusty’s loveable but supremely stupid canine Dworkin.
Last Friday marked the beginning of the month long Silent Stalkers show at Carrboro, NC's Wootini. The show featured work of Circus Posterus members - Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Rob Schwager and Brandon Dunlop. If you're interested in checking out the show in person, it will be running through May 8th.
The "Tea For Two" Blythe was originally released in the spring of 2003 and was extremely popular. She now returns as the Superior Neo Blythe. Her makeup and hair color are identically the same as the original version. Her “lonely but tender expression” gives her a different personality then the original. Her accessories (bag, tea set and parasol) are slightly different from the original. And her hair is a little shorter than the original.
Wootini has posted the Silent Stalkers Show on their website. You can check out a number of the pieces from the Circus Posterus gallery show...and even purchase them. Be sure to check in later this week as I will be posting all of the photos I took at the show.
A buddy of mine and myself have been addicted to John K's blogspot blog over the past few weeks. John K, of Spumco, Ren & Stimpy and George Liquor fame, has added a bunch of never before Ren & Stimpy cartoons. It's great to read all of John's inside information of the animation and cartoon world.