With all that is going on in the world, Wooden Candy Workshop has stepped up to try to make a drop in the bucket. All proceeds from these water/blood droplets will go to the Red Cross to the disaster relief fund. You are able to purchase them HERE for $20 (plus the option for an additional donation). Drops are made from naturally colored Padauk and Maple, finished in oil and wax and stand 3 inches high.
Thankfully we were able to catch up with Mike Egan before his upcoming show opening this Friday and bring some of his thoughts to you. Now sit back, relax, and make your Monday a little better by reading our interview with Mike HERE.
As Luke nears the 1 week mark until his show, more WIPs and final images are starting to trickle out. The above is a rough first pass to keep you guessing what it will be, whereas we bottom is Luke in all is glory. Be sure to check the show out at Rotofugi next weekend.
Luke recently posted the tell-tale warning that the remnants of the second batch of Boba figures will be available on the 4th of May. As always, you’ll need to be glued to your computing device all day for the warning of when to expect them.
In the very near future, people will be able to fight over the Laurent Durieux Tomorrowland prints inspired by the upcoming Disney movie. As you can see, there are three versions of the print which will feature differing availability and pricing HERE.