Flying a little below the radar or perhaps cards held close to the chest, My Plastic Heart has announced the “TAG” show that will be happening tomorrow in NYC. The event is co-hosted by Boundless Brooklyn featuring customized miniature water tower model kits from over 30 acclaimed local and international artists.
The customized water towers come from a variety of well-known street and graffiti artists as well as contemporary artists and illustrators, including: 123Klan, Abe Lincoln Jr., Brent Nolasco, Chris Buzelli,
ChrisRWK, Darkcloud, DrilOne, Ed Roth, kaNO, Lou Pimentel, Marka27, Marthalicia Mataritta,
Matt Siren, Nosego, Noxer, PlasmaSlug, Reactor88, Rob Plater, Royce Bannon, Russell King, Ruth Chan,
Sest2, Shane Jessup, Stanley Kubik, Superdeux, The DRiF, Tiffany Ng, Toofly, Violet Paek, Zam, and
With a little bit of graph design hijinx, Luke Chueh has started advertising the release of his highly anticipated Boba Tea figure from FlabSlab. It looks like the day of arrival online will be Friday, November 21. Not much else has been said, but we’ll hopefully soon be finding out the where and what time of the figure release for those of you eagerly anticipating it.
After a small hiatus from releasing the tombstone figures, Squid Kids Ink will be making 8 of these available at DCON for $50 each. So grab them up so more can be made in interesting colors.
With November almost upon us, the all important holiday is coming up: Guy Fawkes Day (ala V for Vendetta). There will be 25 of these which feature the Cavey made out of grey velvet with a black top hat, small moustache, and beard. He will be available on November 3 at 4pm EST HERE.
Opening the weekend of DesignerCON (next weekend), Jermaine Rogers will be having his “Crimes Against Trees” show at Rotofugi. The above flyer promises works on all sorts of media that can be expected (and unexpected) from Jermaine. We bet this’ll be an awesome show with fans coming from near and far to get a chance to get a glimpse inside the crazy world of Jermaine.
Coming up really soon in Las Vegas is the 2nd Annual PIQ Fall Festival. Occurring at Caeser’s Palace, you will see two days of live painting which features Juan Muniz and Dillon Boy. If you are in the area, it’ll be worth a glance.
The hits just keep rolling with Sub Urban Vinyl announcing two of their releases at booth #515. The first is the release of “The Ripper” print by JPK. It is an 18″x24″ print limited to 50 for $70. JPK will be on hand on Saturday from 12-1 to do a signing.
The above figure is the “Swamp Thing” by Brent Nolascos. It is an 8″ figure that is limited to 3 and will retail for $120.
Saturday JPK 12-1
Sunday Zukie 12-1
Leecifer and Drilone 1-2