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Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey Poster

Artist Matt Tobin created a poster for Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey.


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Hunting Space Invaders

“Hunting Space Invaders” by Ryan Snieder.


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The Vader Project Auction

The 100 Helmets of THE VADER PROJECT

Freeman’s Los Angeles Auction Preview Exhibition
Opening Reception: Friday, June 11, 2010 6-10pm
Los Angeles Exhibition On View: June 12 – 20, 2010 Noon-6pm
6812 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, California
www.thevaderproject.com

The Vader Project Catalog Signing – Los Angeles
Featuring 20 Participating Artists
Saturday, June 12, 2010 2pm

Freeman’s Philadelphia Auction Showing
On View: July 5-9, 2010

Freeman’s Philadelphia Auction
July 10, 2010
Freeman’s Auction House
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
www.freemansauction.com

Auction Catalogs are available at vaderproject.com

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Star Wars Paintings by Bwana Spoons

Painter Bwana Spoons was commissioned to paint every classic Star Wars action figure. Check out some of the initial paintings.


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The Darkside of Death’ Print

Check this awesome Darth Vader Print:

The Darkside of Death’ Print

This print is a limited edition print done for a upcoming show produced by Vahalla Studios. Vahalla Studios was kind enough to provide Hydro74 with 74 artist proofs to sell on the cheap to friends and fans. The Darkside of Death is a concept that all things come to pass. These prints are limited and won’t be reprinted.

* 8″ x 8″ silk screen print.
* Black ink on White Paper.
* Artist Proofs, signed and numbered by Hydro74. Limited to 74 pieces.

This print is limited so hurry an order yours Merchline.com/hydro74


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Under The Influence: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Art Show

Masters of the Universe is the subject for this years “Under the Influence” show at Gallery1988:Los Angeles! “Under The Influence: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe,” features 100 artists reinterpreting the classic characters from Masters of the Universe.  The opening reception begins on January 8th. For more information, check out NineteenEight.com


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We Ain’t Plastic Qee Exhibit

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TOY2R announces the WE AIN’T PLASTIC Qee Exhibit being held in Lincoln, Nebraska on October 2nd. (6-11pm)

Over 40 artist from the Lincoln and Omaha area are submitting customized 8″ DIY Qees for this exhibit celebrating the first anniversary of the TOY2R US division. This event will showcase some of the hottest design talent in the Midwest area and will serve as the launch for the 2010 Qee Worldwide Tour which celebrates the 15th Anniversary of TOY2R!

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Won Park Dollar Bill Origami

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Check this out. Artist Won Park takes the one dollar bill, bends, twists, and folds into some of the most impressive origami projects I have ever seen. Some of his work includes The Millenium Falcon, Star Trek Enterprise, and the X-Wing from Star Wars. Won also creates other objects including a construction digger and a toilet!

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Kenny Wong’s – Copperhead Squad

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Kenny Wong’s Copperhead Squadt, the deep sea diver will debut at the Taipei Toy Festival in three different versions. Copperhead Squadt was revealed on Ferg’s Project Squadt


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Brian Colin’s Small Lego Zombie Canvases

Artist Brian Colin’s created these awesome LEGO Zombie paintings. Each one is 4″ x 3″. Brian was selling them at the Art-B-Que festival in Avondale on June 13th. No word if he still is selling them.

You can view more of his work at BrianColinArt.com


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