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Pokemon the game is great because of its addictive gameplay. But the kawaii factor is an undeniable element to its appeal. That’s never been more apparent then in this fan-created (Beth Emery aka zSparky) mashup art...

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ONLY NY Founder Micah in the NYC Box Truck

ONLY NY Founder Micah in the NYC Box Truck

July 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Mass Appeal has been doing this great series with Nike based around native New Yorkers from all the five boroughs. In the latest installment, they featured ONLY NY founder Micah, representing Manhattan (Harlem to be...

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I honestly don’t know what the appeal is with Medicom Toy’s Bearbricks besides the fact that it’s a great piece of ornament for your office desk or to fill in the space of your bookshelf...

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Ai Weiwei and the Leg Gun Meme

June 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

My Instagram feed has been flooded lately by ridiculous photos from Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. Known for his bold use of social media to speak on issues in his country and around the world, Ai...

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It’s Pac’s birthday and even though he wasn’t Asian, it’s a lot of Asians who look up to the thug poet with deep admiration and respect. Count artist Naturel among that group as he combines...

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Father’s Day was yesterday and I spent a good part of the day scrolling through Instagram and Facebook seeing all these great dedications to fathers. But I also saw a good amount of posts about...

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Gumship Radio Ep 12 – Mu Pan

June 9, 2014 | 2 Comments

Artist Mu Pan (@mupan1911) is making a name for himself through his highly-detailed visceral artworks depicting insanely epic battles and blending traditional with the contemporary visions. He talks to us about growing up in Taiwan,...

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There’s something about Studio Ghibli that feels nostalgic, even the newer films. So when artist Richard J. Evans decided to put together these 8-bit tributes, it somehow captures the magic so perfectly. I would really...

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Last year, esteemed Criterion Collection put out a dope box set of Blind Swordsman Zatoichi films featuring art from 25 comic artists. I’m not mad at any of it because they all did their thing. But...

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Some artists take shortcuts and others seem to always wanna do things the difficult way. Artist ‘Red’ Hong Yi creates elaborate portraits out of unconventional materials and unorthodox methods. She did Yao Ming by bouncing...

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