Giant Robot Store and GR2 News
My friends at In4mation send me a small care package because they care. Thanks much. The hi, means so much more that “Hawaiian Islands”. They’re a great story. I wear this hat knowing it. I also like this pic. The flag, the daruma, the Biennale and the JANM donation box. All this means a lot.Continue reading
Brand new in the Giant Robot Store are adorable styles like this napping Snow Leopard! Gama-Go, one of our favorite goodies producer, has new designs that are sure to be enjoyed by all. You can check out this cute style here. Be sure to check out the rest their new styles as well!Continue reading
The Meat Bun line will officially launch this Thursday! We were allowed to preview some, and some of you early birds scored! Most of you will have to wait a couple of days. It’s a great line and a great and different direction. If you’re in Socal, stop into GR2, they’re available right now!Continue reading
Another successful Game Night and it helps that Meat Bun has a new line of shirts which we’ll make available at any time. Watch for further posts. Fez is a beautiful game and with it’s sound has a shoegaze element to it. superHYPECUBE takes you into another dimension. It takes 3d Glasses. The developer (below right), Phil Fish from Polytron flew in from Montreal to attend. It’s an honor having him here.
Mike from Meat Bun and Kinuko who designed the shirt he’s wearing. (Yes that design was an art piece in Game Over at Giant Robot SF)
many more photos below.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – HOLIDAY Pop Up Store at Giant Robot 2 Meat Bun HOLIDAY Pop Up Store at Giant Robot 2 Saturday December 3 – December 30th, 2011 at GR2 2062 Sawtelle Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025 gr2.net (310) 445-9276 Giant Robot is proud to host the Meat Bun HOLIDAY Pop Up Store at Giant Robot 2. For one month, a new line and some of the classic favorites of Meat Bun clothing will be available. Meat Bun is a Southern California based company featuring video games graphics fused with a creative and thoughtful energy. Their t-shirts often use a graphic that’s inspired from a game that’s been recreated into an aesthetic more inline with an artistic work. Their new line of t-shirts promises to be their best yet. The opening day of the pop up store coincides with the video game event: “Game Night 7″ also at Giant Robot 2. Giant Robot was born as a Los Angeles-based magazine about Asian, Asian-American, and new hybrid culture in 1994, but has evolved into a full-service pop culture provider with shops and galleries in Los Angeles as well as an online equivalent. Eric Nakamura Giant Robot Owner/Publisher email@example.com (310) 479-7311Continue reading