daniel clowes soft vinyl

Autumn is here....the season for Bigger Little Enid Halloween🎃version, sold for a limited time of about a month this time of the year. If you wish to purchase her, we suggest that you do so early. This is because shipping via the post office, DHL, and UPS (thank you to all the delivery staff who carry our products to our customers from all over the world!) is slower than usual due to the pandemic. If you wish to grab her for sure by Halloween, please make sure to place your order by the end of this month.  Many thanks for...

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👀Available Now 🧩 CHRIS WARE "Building Stories” Jigsaw Puzzle

The Building Stories jigsaw puzzle arrived at our warehouse in Tokyo!  They will be shipped after inspection. CHRIS WARE "Building Stories” Jigsaw Puzzle  ☞ 🧩👀⚠️🚢 For customers in North America, we must explain to you the current situation.  Drawn&Quarterly will be selling the puzzles in North America, but now we are faced with an unexpected terrible boat shipping delay problem for all boats going out from China/Hong Kong to USA. According to the shippers, the delay is said to be due to various reasons, COVID outbreaks, cities in lockdown, and the Suez Canal obstruction.....this is the aftermath of all these catastrophic events. ...

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R.I.P 🙏 Lee “Scratch” Perry

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🧩 Chris Ware’s "Building Stories” Puzzle

Building Stories Chris Ware Puzzle

The other day, I had a chance to get a ride in an autonomous car for the first time. A couple of years ago, when I was in San Francisco, I saw a lot of cars with big machines on top of them on the streets of downtown late at night, and I asked my friend, "What are those ?” He told me that they were training cars for autonomous driving. Technology advancement is great and exciting, but on the other hand, the experience of making Chris Ware’s “Building Stories” puzzle and working with original molds created from scratch, I was...

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Imiri Sakabshira's Soft Vinyl Kaiju

Imiri Sakabshira' soft vinyl

There is a gallery in Kyoto called Trancepop, which is run by Presspop’s Yuji, and Imiri Sakabashira frequently holds exhibitions there. One day, Yuji sent me a paper mache sculpture of a monster designed by Sakabshira, and told me that this was a sculpture he had made himself. It was an attractive three-dimensional piece that stood in perfect balance. Yuji told me of Sakabashira’s wish to have this made into a soft vinyl doll, and I thought how great it would be if that can be realized. This was about two years ago, and now, this doll is finally being...

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