What the hell did you eat? // by storm TK431
Melted Childhood by Stefan Gross
Entitled “Sustainable Trash” Stefan specializes in taking trinkets from your beloved childhood: your favorite action hero, plant, or pony and then disemboweling them and boiling their insides. Hey, you dont make science, or art for that matter, without a few casualties of war.
Battle Babies and their Epic Mounts by Brad Rader
Let me answer a few questions here before we continue, because I know you probably think your eyes are not seeing correctly right about now: Yes, there is a Flame-Spewing Hipter Bear. Yes, there’s a helicopter mounted Gorilla. Yes, there’s a Hippopotamus with a Samurai Sword coming out of its mouth. YES, THERE IS A T-REX PLAYING A KEYTAR. Yes yes yes. If you’re asking yourself the question: “is that a—” Yes. The answer is yes. Battle Babies are available at GeekyVixen’s etsy, but does the price even matter? You’re already imagining cyber barnyard warfare. You’ve seen it in your dreams, time to make it a reality. A few more closing shots:
- Approximately 4” tall
- Adjustable head, arms, and wind-up key!
- Laser cut/etched cape
- Limited run of 150 figurines Individually signed and numbered
The statue’s going for $75 and ships this September.
Exploring Central Park.
What did we do upon arriving in NYC? Got a beer and a thin crust pizza of course!