The official release of the first plush collaboration between artists Luke Chueh and Scott Tolleson.
Bartholomew Punchyface is the collaborative efforts of artists Luke Chueh and Scott Tolleson. Chueh’s cynical narratives combined with Tolleson’s nerd chic culminate into a character anyone who’s had a hard time in school can empathize with.
The most pathetic nerd bear you’ll ever meet. Buy him to bully him or save him from the other bullies out there.
This limited edition plush bear produced by 3DRetro is making its debut at Giant Robot 2.
Giant Robot will also have a set of two prints edition of 50 by Luke Chueh and Scott Tolleson.
There will also be a special drawing contest with a prize!
James Kochalka draws a comic for every day of the year, and what emerges is a touching, disturbing, introspctive, sometimes raunchy, but ultimately cute, semi-autobiographical look into the life of the artist.
Heat-sensitive mug magically reveals the woods waking up when hot liquid is poured into it.
It was fun shooting Edwin Ushiro who is equally entertaining. His interview reveals that his recent work is about small regrets from his past. From Elementary, middle and high school in Hawaii. He makes it perfect in his art. The interview took place at his home studio in Culver City.
Visual Communications (VC), the nation’s premier Asian Pacific American media arts center, presents the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) on May 2- 12, 2013 at the Director’s Guild of America (DGA), CGV Cinemas located in Koreatown, the Tateuchi Democracy Forum at NCPD in Little Tokyo, and the historic Art Theatre of Long Beach.
Kizuna is a small organization in Southern California. They run a summer camp among other things. They haven’t had an art program before, so today was the day. It’s spring break for some youngsters and custom figures sounded like the right call. >>
GR friend and contributor Anne Ishii is the web editor of the freshly launched online forum They’re All So Beautiful. […] The idea is to get people talking about the issues of race, gender and fetish all wrapped up around Asian/non-Asian intimate relations. […] I asked Anne how she weighs in on the conversation. >>