We don’t know about you, but we think Hot Toys make the most amazing action figures and it’s really awesome to see part of the process of how they’re made. You have to check out this video, it’s got English subtitles. If we could afford to purchase all of their releases and actually had somewhere to put them on display, I think we probably would.
Graeme is raising fund for his next promotional push and his orginal Doctor Who watercolours are being sold at a steal. We’ve already picked up “Don’t Blink”, but there are still a few gorgeous pieces to be had!
There are four new t-shirt designs over on Saltopus Apparel from illustrators we really love at the LCS. They’ve done a brilliant job and the actual t-shirts are an awesome quality too, even if we do say so ourselves.
The Killer Kitten women’s cut tee was designed Jesse Schaller and is the first of Saltopus’ girly collection. Graffiti artist SPZero76 created the gang of futurists badgers for the Raygun Space Badgers tee, we really love those badgers! The third design is from David Habben with the last being a combination of Brian Allen’s logo and Michael Hacker’s skulls.
In case you were wondering, Saltopus Apparel is an LCS business and we’re always on the look out for new talent to bring new designs to life for the brand. We find most of our illustrators at hireanillustrator.com, so get onboard if you’d like to work for Saltopus designing awesome t-shirts.
If you love illustration and think the t-shirt are a bit of alright, head over to saltopus.com and pick one up! They ship internationally and the postage is reasonable, but if you’re UK based you can get free postage on everything until Monday with the coupon code SUMMERLOVE. All sales will help Saltopus grow, which means they can hire more illustrators, and you’ll be supporting The Little Chimp Society with every purchase you make, win-win. :)
3D print model of a Dutch comic strip character called De Ruyter, a wink to the famous Dutch admiral Michiel de Ruyter. The comic series is created by Pieter Hogenbirk and Herman Roozen.
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This is your last chance to pick up one of the Showcase 100 prints! Come Monday, all of the prints will be removed from the shop and for this weekend only all of the prints are half price. We only have one copy of each print and once they’re gone, they’re gone.
The prints are super high quality and were part of the London exhibition earlier in the year. There are loads to choose from, created by the most awesome bunch of artists and illustrators you can imagine.
Shown is the work of Michael Hacker, Mark Hammermeister, Kim Herbst, John Joven, Mike Nash, Marc Scheff and Primary Hughes. Visit the Showcase 100 print shop to check out the rest of the fantastic artwork.
…or Something Like That is an amazing collaboration between Portland artists Marc Girouard and Travis Abels. They have combined the personal stories, memories, and life changing moments of ten people to create immersive multimedia experiences combining sound, music, words, and images.
Their plan is big, beginning with a show at A.I.R. Gallery in Portland, OR this September 19th, the release of a vinyl record with accompanying artwork, and a website where the project will live and continue to grow.
This Kickstarter project will help fund the sound mastering and pressing of records, printing of art, headset rental, studio fees, and many more expenses of this ambitious project. But you can be a part of it! Watch the video, follow the link, and check out the rewards.
External Link: …or Something Like That Kickstarter Project
Viva! Le Tour 2015.
A brand new Gicleé print to celebrate the toughest race in the world by Simon Brader. The Tour De France – Cyclists take on a physical challenge like no other – 3,360km over 21 stages. This year’s penultimate stage of the three week epic is the Queen finishing atop the Alpe D’Huez, famed for it’s gruelling 13.8km of winding ascent.
All roads then lead to the centre of Paris were the rider in yellow will be crowned 2015 champion.
Prints signed and numbered by the artist.
A beautiful Gicleé printed on 100 year archival Hahnemühle Photo Rag. Print is available at 297 x 420 mm (A3).
22.00 GBP – Pound Sterling BUY ME
Kaiju Baseball is a parody mashup of Japanese monsters as baseball players. This alternate universe is represented as a trading card set with 36 players and 4 team cards.
External Link: Chetart’s Kaiju Baseball
Watercolor tribute to my favorite sitcom The Big bang Theory.
External Link: The Big Bang Theory Tribute
To make way for new stock, all of the awesome tees at Saltopus Apparel are now only £19. All of our t-shirts feature exclusive artwork that you won’t find anywhere else by the likes of Andy Smith, Brian Allen, AJ Frena, Beach and Joel Benjamin.
Follow the external link to grab yourself a Saltopus today!
External Link: Saltopus T-Shirts Now Only £19
BTW, Saltopus is run by the same people who run the LCS, so by buying a tee you’re supporting the LCS too.