Corporal E.E. Lensman Custom Munny by Huck Gee (Onsale Info)

Huck Gee has become THE leader in customized toys, and for good reason.  Later this week, he will drop the third entry in his “Colonial Life” series.  “Corporal E.E. Lensman” is a custom Munny with tons of accessories.  Only 10 were produced, the price will be $750 each.  These drop Friday, January 30th at noon PST.  Visit Huck Gee’s eBay Store.

Big thanks to Toycyte for the always fresh info.

“Eli, no!” Children’s Book by Katie Kirk

Somehow, this charming children’s book (which also happens to be an amazing piece of graphic design) is floating around with no publisher.  Katie Kirk’s “Eli, no!” can be viewed in full online, but is yet to see a physical release.  If you are a book publisher, or know one, jump on this.  Check out the whole thing on her Flickr page.

Via Grain Edit.

New Art Prints by Marq Spusta

Unfortunately, Marq Spusta’s Night Owl art print is already sold out, but he also posted a bunch of other cool new prints.  They are all screenprints with very small editions and reasonable prices (starting at only $20).  Check the new stuff out at MarqSpusta.com.

Quasimoto Figure by Kidrobot

Stones Throw Records just put up a preorder for this awesome incarnation of the Quasimoto character.  If you’re not a fan of Madlib or hip-hop in general, this may not interest you at all, but for others this is an essential purchase.  It’s an 8″ tall vinyl figure, available in blue and yellow colorways for $49.95 each.  The Madvillain figure Kidrobot did sold out with the quickness, so I wouldn’t wait around too long.  Visit StonesThrow.com.

Also, this isn’t a limited screenprint or anything, but it’s still rad.  Stones Throw just dropped this new Madlib poster for the release of The Beat Konducta Vol. 5-6.  It’s an 18″ x 24″ poster based on a photograph by Obey contributor Ernesto Yerena.  Pick one up for $8.50 at StonesThrow.com.

Alan Hynes’ Fantomas Posters

Alan Hynes has whipped up yet another stunning set of concert posters.  These two new haunting designs for recent Australian Fantomas shows are 16″ x 22″ screenprints, have editions of 100, and are $35 each.  You can also purchase both as a matching numbered set for only $60 (this is recommended, they go so nicely together).  Visit SecretSerpentsStore.com.

“Nurse” B.U.D. by Casey Burns

Jamungo and Casey Burns have teamed up for this awesome new B.U.D. (that’s Blow Up Doll for the uninitiated), part of the upcoming Diesel Fuel Prints artist series.  The “Nurse” design is based on Casey’s iconic 2004 Sonic Youth poster.  It is about 3.5″ tall and will run you $20 shipped.  Pick one up in the Gigposters.com Classifieds.

Letterpress Concert Posters by Hammerpress

Hammerpress is a name you’ve likely heard a few times in our Ten Questions interviews, they are loved by their fellow artists.  Hammerpress is a design studio out of Kansas City that produces (among other things) beautiful letterpress concert posters.  Most of their stuff is only $25, so head over to Hammerpress.net.

Obsolete Industries Video Profile

VIMBY put together this awesome video profile of Billy Bishop’s Obsolete Industries in Austin, TX.  If you’ve ever wanted a glimpse inside a commercial screenprinting shop, this is exactly what you are looking for.  Obsolete has printed for many of today’s biggest poster artists, their work is everywhere.  Enjoy!!

Dalek at Redux Contemporary Art Center

This past weekend, Dalek opened a brand new show at Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston, SC.  His work for this show is drastically different than usual, as he created a gallery-wide installation onsite during the week and a half that preceded the show.  The space was transformed into a beautiful, minimal collection of lines and geometric shapes.  OMG reader Jonathan Stout took a number of awesome photos, but you can also get coverage at Dalek’s blog and ReduxStudios.org.

Art Prints by Thomas Pendleton

The folks at Bone Seeds have been hard at work publishing a number of awesome art prints by Thomas Pendleton.  They are all 12″ x 17″ giclees, have editions of just over 70, and are $65 each.  Check them out at Boneseeds.com.

You can learn more about Thomas Pendleton (and see awesome prodcution photos) HERE.

Silver “Winston” Figure by Kathie Olivas

Tenacious Toys have just launched a preorder for their first ever exclusive release, a silver version of “Winston” from Kathie Olivas’ Scavengers mini series.  This vinyl figure is about 3″ tall and limited to 200 pieces.  You can preorder one now for $15 at TenaciousToys.com.

Via PlasticandPlush.

“Ramblin” Art Print by Dan Grzeca

Dan Grzeca just put out another awesome new art print.  “Ramblin” is a 21″ x 26″ screenprint, has an edition of 100, and is only $35.  Pick one up at his Etsy Shop.

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“Godseed” Art Print by Matt Dangler

Whoa, I am loving this new art print by Matt Dangler.  “Godseed” is a 6″ x 10″ giclee, has an edition of 30, and is $60.  He just redesigned his whole website, so hopefully we will see more art prints released in the future.  Visit MattDangler.com.

Via Daily duJour.

iPhone, Laptop, Car, and Wall Art at Infectious

Just discovered this company Infectious, and they seem pretty awesome.  Much like Gelaskins, they sell iPhone skins, laptop skins, and decals for your car and walls by a number of artists including Blaine Fontana, Dalek, Tara McPherson, and more.  I can’t personally vouch for their products like I can for Gelaskins’, but Kevin Tong (a friend of the blog and Infectious’ newest artist) let me know that the company is super easy to work with and well worth supporting.  Check out everything they have at Infectious.com.

“Man of the Year” Art Print by Chester Burnett

Here is a pretty hilarious homage to The Big Lebowski by Chester Burnett.  “Man of the Year” is an 18″ x 22″ screenprint on mirrorboard, has an edition of 50, and is $40.  Grab one at PhoneBoothGallery.com.

Phone Booth Gallery also has a new Handiedan art print in the works.  “Strong” is a 16.5″ x 23.4″ giclee, has an edition of 10, and will be available in mid-February.  I’ll write a post when it goes up, but if you want one for sure, keep an eye on PhoneBoothGallery.com.