This book of Lucha Libre Wrestle Pets includes 20 dog and cat wrestler portraits along with corresponding humorous biographical information. It includes the original 15 from the trading card set plus five rookies. Each book has been digitally printed on 80 lb Cougar Opaque text and handsomely handbound here in the Dancing Cat Bindery with yellow 100% cotton thread in the pamphlet book style.The cover is Classic Columns Solar White over Red Pepper. A purple metallic foil stamp image of the Wrestle Pets logo adorns the cover label.
Book dimensions-5.5″ x 7.25″
Each is signed and numbered from an edition of 100.
The craft of creatively combining ceramic molds into new visual statements is something I discovered shortly after joining the world of Etsy. If David Lynch had a Victorian parlor, I can imagine his curio cabinet chock full of these. (Maybe he does!)
Josh Cooley has created a fantastic blend of movie scenes that taste just like Golden Books (inappropriate Golden Books, that is.) The series will be compiled into a book titled “Movies R Fun” that’s due out just in time for this year’s San Diego Comic Con. Can’t wait to see it!
The latest environment for Stephan Britt’s presence on the Intertubes is truly a stroke of genius. Combining his wonderfully nostalgic style within the framework of a retro Milton Bradley-esque game board motif is the perfect match.
Steve Ditko’s amazing comic book work was and continues to be a great source of inspiration to me. In 1962 Ditko and writer-editor Stan Lee created Spider-Man in Amazing Fantasy #15. Despite the scores of artists that followed and movie adaptations, I’ll forever equate the way Spider-Man and the host of characters related to him should look from Steve’s vision.
The creator responsible for some of the most iconic images from the worlds of swords-and-sorcery and science-fiction, Frank Frazetta died due to a stroke on Monday. Perhaps best known for his paintings of Conan the Barbarian that adorned the covers of Robert E. Howard’s paperback adventures, the artist contributed both covers and interior art for comics and numerous novels — including the “Creepy” and “Eerie” comics and countless other publications. For me personally, his cover for the Conan paperback (shown above) was the first of many that lured me into the world of Robert E. Howard’s stories as a teenager in the early 70’s.
New Mexico based artist Kristin Elder creates watercolor images of elegant beauty with a twist of magical surrealism that really satisfies. More examples of delicate watercolor work can be found on her blog as well.
(Moments before the doors opened, the only two clear shots of the set up for the next 6 hours.)
Last Saturday we were a part of the annual Etsy Dallas Spring Bash. We scored a great spot in the gallery space. It turned out to be a tremendous day with a steady stream of customers, new contacts from some great people and loads of sales. Word is the line started at 8 AM for the official 11 AM opening, all for a chance to receive a limited number of giveaway bags. Thanks to everyone who came out and made it a great day.
We were so busy for most of the day, I was only able to get away from the booth to take a couple of shots of the area towards the end. Earlier it was elbow to elbow.