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Apr 09, 2014

Tristan Eaton – Eddie Vedder: Sydney Opera House Poster(4.11)

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Tristan Eaton created the concert poster for Eddie Vedder’s concert at the Sydney Opera House performed on 2.13.14.  If you weren’t able to pick up the poster in person at the show, you’re in luck.  Tristan will release the  signed/numbered 3-color silk-screen poster (18” x 24”) on Friday (4.11) from 12 AM to 11:59 PM PDT for $100 (+ s/h) from tristaneaton.net.

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Dragatomi Presents: Five Eyed Dragon II (04.12)

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Dragatomi proudly present a 5 man exhibit featuring the artwork of Leecifer, Brent Nolasco, Drilone, Betso, and Southerndrawl, “5 Eyed Dragon II”. The opening will take place this Saturday, April 12th from 6-9PM. The very first 5 Eyed show took place 4 years ago and now it’s back with vengeance! Another reason to come out for the show is to celebrate the 5 years Dragtomi has been in business! It should be a fun gathering with most of these artists in attendance! So make plans to come check out the show this Saturday!

Dragatomi
2317 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95816

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Frank Kozik – Hateballs, bouncing soon?

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First shown publicly at SDCC 2013 in sculpt form (by Bigshot Toyworks), Frank Kozik’s WWI German Kaiser inspired Hateballs (small + large) may be released shortly.  Frank’s been posting quite a few pics in the last few weeks including today’s shot of the complete header.  Look for the first set of two to drop for $65. 

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TAG x Yakimon – Springtime Takoshi Vinyl (4.11)

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Spring is in the air and with it warmer temperatures, a thawed out East Coast, and a new edition of the Takoshi sofubi from Yakimon and Toy Art Gallery.  The fourth edition of the Kamen Rider inspired figure (debuted at Creature Feature in April ‘13) features a striking muted yellow vinyl and a paint scheme applied by Shirahama with vibrant fluorescent green, purple, red black and gold sprays.  As with the other Takoshis, this edition stands 8” tall has 4 points of articulation (head, arms, waist), a removable mask as well as a cute mini tako sofubi.

Springtime Takoshi will drop on Friday (4.11) @ Noon PST for $125 directly from Toy Art Gallery.

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