There are a total of 21 hand-made button packs in this edition. Each pack will be signed and numbered on the back of the header card.
Each pack contains 3 carefully shuffled and sorted buttons on a hand painted and cut display board, and are sealed in a bag guarded by a pair of Kuso Customs and a neatly crimped length of wire.
They will be available on Thursday between 4pm and 5:30pm and on Friday between 5pm and 6pm at booth 605 during signings.
The packs retail for $5 and are intended for neato nostalgia factor. Individual buttons will be available to pick and wear from the non-editioned pile for $1 each.
Custom Celsius from last year, and 3 brand new Spiki customs that will be on display at the Kuso Vinyl booth #605 during Comic Con International in San Diego this weekend.
These little guys got their final coat of wash last night and are shot before getting their clearcoat this morning. They’ll be on display in the Kuso Vinyl booth #605 as soon as I get to the show Thurs around noon.
Speaking of which, here’s my signing schedule with Kuso:
I’ll have buttons and art cards for sale, as well as being available to sketch on a DIY Spiki blank (the guys seen above) if you pick one up.
I’m really looking forward to going back to the Con, now that I’ve had another year of learning what’s going on in the toy scene.
I’m working on a few Spiki customs for Kuso Vinyl (booth 605), where I’m thrilled to be signing/sketching on Thursday from 4PM – 5:30PM and on Friday from 5PM – 6PM.
I’m making buttons and button packs for the show that I’ll have for sale as well.
Final assembly of SDCC button packs is a lot like work. First seven., originally uploaded by valleydweller.
Looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones!
The They Came From the Streets show has come and gone.
Here’s a recap of my piece:
Animated GIF Stop-Motion-y emergence from the sewers that spawned him.
Some shots from outside:
Acrylic, Epoxy, Plastic Kitbash, over Vinly and foam.
Munny figure by Kidrobot.
Art by ValleyDweller
Here’s the official show recap:
This piece, and many others are still in the shop for a limited time:
As a reminder, “All proceeds from the sales will be donated to the Contemporary Arts Center after school art program.”
Buy something, ‘you know, for kids!’
The guys at Urban Vinyl Daily were kind enough to feature me for the month of June. There’s an interview up there at the following link, and a swapped out website header that I created.
Go check it out:
Also, my piece for the They Came From The Streets show is for sale up here to benefit Cincinnati youth:
As the results came in, I was amazed to hear from someone else that I’d gotten second place in the “Best Trikky” category. Very encouraging, especially in light that Kidrobot founder Paul Budnitz was the judge.
You can see all of the winners here http://sites.kidrobot.com/munnyworld-megacontest/winners.html
In similar news, as you can see in this photo, my entries are currently installed at the Kidrobot store on Haight in San Fancisco. Many thanks to Korena for the honor, and for such a nice display!
Andy Heng from ToysRevil was kind enough to ask me to answer some questions for a feature on his blog, and I was only too happy to oblidge.
You can read it by clicking here or the image below.
I had time after the previous few to make some more etries, click thru for more photos.
The fist three entries of mine for the Kid Robot Munny World Mega Contest.
Acrylic over vinyl with resin casts and Citadel Miniature bits for detail.
2 Foomi, 1 munny. 4″