Maple Ridge, BC, Canada
Born in '85
Beautifully surreal art by the insanely talented Jeff Simpson.
Awww shit! It’s Wednesday ya’ll!
Wednesday. Get it.
BOOM! 4 more pieces from our traveling art show to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters!!
In conjunction with our friends at Sony Pictures, we open the first stop of this exhibit in New York City, only blocks from the film’s famous firehouse, at 69 Leonard St. in Tribeca, THIS SATURDAY from 7-10 PM. And the show will stay open through April 26th, everyday, 11-7 PM. Trust me, the show is VERY, VERY good. We didn’t keep everything hidden this long for nothing.
Remember, a lot of the info for purchasing you need is here - http://g1988.tumblr.com/post/82724173383/this-saturday-night-gallery1988-will-begin-its.
Later today, we’ll debut the Ghostbusters 30th x G1988 t-shirt collection, with VERY LIMITED designs from our friends at Johnny Cupcakes, Homage, LRG and Rebel8!!
little Silmarillion thing… Manwë and Varda :)
(eh…little bit slavic desing…i think read some Slovak fairy tales while i draw this picture…^^; )
A sixth grader’s advice to future sixth graders.
that’s one of the wisest things I ever read
Milicent Patrick (1915 - 1998).
Born Mildred Elizabeth Fulvia di Rossi, Milicent Patrick is one of many Hollywood unsung artists. She is the mind that created from scratch such iconic monsters as the mutants in “This Island Earth”, all the masks in “Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, the Mole People from the film of the same name, and created the Xenomorph for “It Came from Outer Space”.
But her biggest success was the design and creation of one of the most iconic cinematic monsters of all time, the Gill-Man from “The Creature From the Black Lagoon”.