Skull chair (I couldn't tell who it was by). Via.
Monday, February 28, 2011
I typically only post Games Workshop miniatures at Toycutter, but every so often I see something that really knocks my socks off. Check out Brandon Palmer's Scallywaggin Chaos Space Marine army for Warhammer 40K. And the pirates and diving suited figures and octopuses you see below are just a small sampling of the wondrous miniatures he has on display at his site.
*Buy painted Warhammer 40K miniatures at eBay.
1. Cute moment at a comic book convention (make sure you read the explanation of what the little girl is doing in the photo).
2. Last Exit to Nowhere's latest t-shirt is indeed based on Close encounters of the Third Kind.
3. Win a Dark Crystal poster by Phantom City Creative (if you're in Toronto).
Posted by John at 3:07 PM
Toddlers and Tiaras episode featuring Tom Hanks and his daughter (maybe she can be as successful as her brother, Chet Haze).
OK, here's highlights from La Luz De Jesus Gallery's Everything But the Kitschen Sync show opening this weekend (the images I posted a few days ago were apparently from a show they had mislabeled):
Jack in the Box by Nathan Ota.
Facehuggers by Dennis Larkins.
Sculptures by Greg Brotherton.
Lamps by Evan Chambers.
*Buy facehuggers at eBay.
Wikipedia hilariously summarizes:
Rubber is a 2010 French horror comedy film about a tire that comes to life and kills people with its psychic powers. It was directed and written by Quentin Dupieux. The film was shown at the Cannes Film festival where it had negative critical reception. Reviews outside of Cannes have been more positive.The trailer's well worth a watch.
First there was Olly Moss's poster:
And now, a poster by Boris Vallejo (and Julie Bell?):
There's also a French poster that's great:
*Buy Rubber posters at eBay.
Project Rooftop posted the winners in its Aquaman redesign contest. Many of them aren't much more than (nicely drawn) trivial twists on Aquaman's established looks. But these are my favorites. If I saw these looks on a comic I'd be optimistic that the story might be fresh:
B. T. Pannell.
And this redesign by Chris King (which I previously posted) is still my favorite:
*Buy Heroclix at eBay.