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If you are in the LA area be sure and stop by BLU DOT for the opening reception of Spring Forward. I have a Munny in the show and would love to see photos, looks like it going to be a fun time! You can see a sneak peek at my Munny here.
Opening Reception

Thursday March 21 6-9pm

(On Display March 21 – April 30, 2013)

Music by: JMV | Bryan Ray Turcotte

Drinks provided by: SINGHA BEER

BLU DOT / 8000 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046
Kidrobot LA & BLU DOT team up for a custom MUNNY show featuring over 30 artists & designers. Wanting to go beyond the “norm”, Kidrobot LA reached out to over 30 individuals ranging from illustrators, fashion designers, musicians, architects, graphic designers, among others; to bring their “Spring Forward” group show to life. From fully conceptual, to classically illustrated, each MUNNY is a reflection of the artist’s own take on the forward thinking ideals of “Spring”. BLU DOT is a great partner due to their keen eye for design and beautifully crafted furniture; not to mention their awe-inspiring showroom, is the perfect setting for the opening reception and to showcase the diverse stylings of these unique designs.

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I am excited to announce a whole bunch of new Yummy goodies now up for sale over at Kidrobot. There are new giant sized blue donuts, enamel keychains (these make great necklaces or charm bracelets too if you remove the keychain hardware and add them to a chain), Giant grape jellied toast, eggs, keycaps, and little soft tiny plush guys too. My samples have begun to arrive but I cannot wait to see them all in person!
You can also find lots of the new goods at these fine shops:
Tate’s Comics in Lauderhill FL
Colette in Paris France
Rotofugi in Chicago IL
Magic Pony Toronto Canada
Schmancy Seattle WA
Barnes & Noble
Mrs. Tiggy Winkles Ottawa Canada
Tomodachi Roseville MN
please let me know any of places I am missing :)

Working Wednesday – Digitals and Barnes & Noble

I have been wanting to create some Halloween fabrics for this year. My inspiration came from the vintage paper pulp treat buckets that I love so much. I made the designs first with paper cut outs, which I then scan and clean up in photoshop. I’ve ordered my proofs from Spoonflower and will post once they are available.
Speaking of work–I finally added some goods to my Society 6 shop. I hope to have my Halloween print from two years ago added there soon!
In Yummy news, you can now find a bunch of the yummies at Barnes & Noble bookstores! I love the cardboard display they have!