I adore Luke Chueh’s artwork [see banner – I own the mini-print set], and I love anything that is GID. His Mecha Sad Bear is a bear meets robot. The clear edition is my favorite, but the GID version is pretty damn cool.
They’re not cheap, but collector’s items never are. The GID Mecha was a Taipei Toy Festival exclusive and you can get it here.
Audrey Kawasaki‘s new print “Tear Me” goes on sale tomorrow at 6pm.
Signed and numbered edition of 150
price of unframed: $100
shipping cost: tba
You have to be registered at her site to order the print. Click here for more info. [Via Hunt & Gather]
Tomorrow we’re going to be sweating our butts off in San Bernardino. We’re going to the worst venue in the history of mankind – the San Manuel Ampitheater formerly known as the Hyundai Pavilion. We swore we’d never go back, but we’re going back.
This is just a partial line-up for RTB ’08: A Tribe Called Quest, The Pharcyde, Nas, Mos Def. That is just a partial line-up. You can see the set times here and here. I’ve seen Q-tip live, but I’ve never seen Tribe together. Words can’t describe how excited I am.
Here’s my favorite Tribe song. What’s yours?
I used to blog here, and I write used to write about designer toys here.
For a while, my boyfriend and close friends had been encouraging me to start my own site. I told my boyfriend I don’t want to write about just toys. I love collecting them and all, but that’s not the only thing I’m about.
“Well, what do you want to write about?”
“I want to geek out about toys, arts, movies, comics, and just anything that I consider cool or nerdy.”
“Then do that! Call it Super Fresh or something.”
So Super Fresh became supah fresh. I tossed the ideas to my girlfriends and they loved it. supah fresh became supah cute, and it became supahcute.com.
So here I am, and here you are. It’s still new, and I’m just getting started. I don’t have a logo, and I don’t have a fancy site. I’m not a graphics person so bear with me. Get comfortable, and join me for the ride.