- March 14th, 2013
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The T-Shits will be screen printed on shirts made by Tulex. They are similar to American Apparel. Mens sizes are a bit looser than AA. 4.5 oz. 100% combed ring spun cotton 30/1 fine knit jersey. Tear-Away tag.
* I will print 3XL – 5XL on Gildan
This is a Pre-Order and these will ship in 2-3 weeks.
The colors and sizing of graphic may vary slightly as these are not the printed shirts in the image.
If you need a larger size please email me, as this is pre-order so I can accommodate
So the Cold-war Olive and Lime Clean Drone will only be available during pre-order. They will not be printed in these colors again. The Cold-war Red and Dirty Orange Drone will be stocked in the store. Also Women’s sizes and 3XL-5XL are also ONLY available during pre-order.
Order now as Pre-order ends on Tuesday March 19, 2013.
DrilOne’s exhibition, “Empty World“, will showcase Dril’s signature style of distress and decay as he tackles his interpretation of a post-apocalyptic landscape. Utilizing his familiar forms of 3D signage, paintings, original sculpts, customized vinyl toys, and other mixed-medium assemblages, DrilOne offers up a glimpse of his view of a world gone dead.
Jason Limon’s exhibition, “Foretell“, is based on visions that can’t be seen by living human eyes. The paintings and ideas will portray our planet after we humans no longer live, but only remnants of us exist. Jason questions what will grow from us and around us. New creatures breath life into what we were and grow from what we left. Jason’s paintings will offer a glimpse of what’s to come through the foretelling eyes of afterlife.
Leecifer’s “Long Dogs“, presents the artist’s unique vision of the world unnoticed as customized vinyl toys, original sculpts, and paintings. Encountered as seemingly ordinary plants and animals hinting at an impossible intellect or ancient wisdom. Seen from the corner of your eye, a flash of golden scales is revealed to be but a Tabby’s fur; a serpentine shadow solidifies into one from a dachshund, improbable wings on a frog. Sometimes the glimpse becomes the knowing smile of a Boston Bulldog that, in passing, might have had catfish whiskers, or maybe even a turtle with too many heads. Or the sense that, even in times of harshest trial, there is a powerful presence shepherding and guiding you. This is the gift of a long dog. Possible dragons and unrecognized conduits of wonder and magic, hiding in plain sight.
Toy Art Gallery is very proud to present Blamo Toy’s 4th Annual Custom Show!
The Blamo Toys HUG Custom Show features the following artists:
Aleph Geddis (Blamo), Ardi Hermawan, Ayleen Gaspar (October Toys), Angry Woebots, Angie BabyVtec, Betso, Brent Nolasco, Brad Isdrab, Cliff Kirschner (Monstrehero), Chauskoskis, Cortlan Robertson (Blamo), Cody (Forgotten Saints), Chrystie Cappelli, Daniel Goffin, Dean Golez, Dave Correia, Dril One, Eric Frank (AFT), F+, Gary Ham, George Gaspar (October Toys), Fuller, Heather Hansen, Hints and Spices, Hugh Rose, Itokin Park, Jan Calleja, Jason Limon, Jay 222, Jan Hilmer, Johnathan Wayshack, Josh Mayhem, Joycelyn Marsh, Jryu, LASH, Leighton Kelly, Leecifer, Leslie Rainwatter, Lucien Shapiro, Luke Chueh, Marco Mejia, Monica Wallway, Mikie Graham (Blamo), Nathan Hamill, Noel Labelle, Ricardo Felix, Robert Bowen, Scott Tolleson, Sean Blay (Monstrehero), Scott Wilkowski, Spanky Stokes, Super Cooper, Shayne Maratea (Blamo), Spencer Hansen (Blamo), Triclops Studios, Task, Valley Dweller, We Kill You, Yosiell Lorenzo, and more!
From Blamo Toys:
This year we were able to invite over 60 artists, almost twice as many as previous years, and the quality and creativity of every piece stands out like never before. We are honored to be presenting this phenomenal lineup at TAG, the premier toy gallery in the nation. The combination of the artists, venue space and our beloved character, HUG, will definitely make this the most memorable show to date. There will be plenty o’ HUGS to go around! We hope to see you there.
Please join us, the Blamo Toys gang, and many of the featured artists on Saturday, December 15th from 7-10pm at Toy Art Gallery’s showroom located at 7571 Melrose Ave. Hollywood CA 90046.
The Blamo Toys HUG Custom Group Show runs through December 30th.
For the first 10 people to contact me and show me they bought one I will send them a bag of sewage. It is scraps left over form when I casted the masks.
They are $100 plus shipping. If you are interested Email firstname.lastname@example.org
So This is my first character called a Drone.
Red Star Drone SD201
Is found in the waste land of the former Soviet Republic. It is made to with stand the harsh conditions of Nuclear Fallout. But sometimes the conditions are too much and occasionally you’ll see dead Drones.
Job: Explore the harsh Post Apocalyptic world looking for life forms, food, and resources. This is basically a scout and has no weapons. Rumors are there are flying ones and ones that are armed, but this is unconfirmed.
Made of: Hardened Steel armor from military vehicles. It also has a modified gas mask to keep radiation and micro particles out. Inside is a organic creature but it has not been identified yet.
Material: Hand Painted Resin
The first line of Drones get released in Albuquerque, NM @ Stranger Factory December 7th. Link to Stranger Factory Any left will go online a few days after.
These are my first original piece which will be released in a few color ways down the road. This one is a sample test color. It may get produced or may not. This though is marked as a 1/1. The figure was sculpted by me DrilOne and casted in resin. Then hand painted by me. It is 4.5 inches tall.
The leftover Drones are available at – drilone.bigcartel.com
Don’t miss the opening of Gallery1988′s 2nd Annual Old School Video game Art Show, now dubbed Level 2, TOMORROW NIGHT (Friday, Oct. 26). This exhibit will feature artwork from almost 75 artists, all inspired by video games of yesteryear.
The opening reception will take place from 7-10pm at Gallery1988 Venice,
and the show will run through November 24th.
214 Pier Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90405