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As mentioned on the latest podcast, our main man, ITEM, has collaborated with Rob Harpin to create a series of 6 over-sized hockey cards, entitled The ’59 HBC Bucks. The pieces are 48″x72″ and are Acrylic, Paper, Gel on Plywood/MDF. These are part of The Works Art + Design Festival in Edmonton and are currently [...]
Better late than never! Ben Spencer and Captain James T. Kyle return with special guests Brandi Jane Clark, Adriean “ITEM” Koleric and Pat Beals. They discuss the evolution of the relationship between digital and physical form in terms of art, music and comics. They also discuss Record Store Day, American Barbarian and the popular [...]
This super cool image and a whole lot of Christmas cheer comes from our friend, Adriean Koleric, aka THINKITEM! For even more awesomeness from THINKITEM, check out his official site here.
Nerd City: Video Edition is back for a very-special Halloween-themed episode II (we can’t believe it either). Max talks Battlefield 3, The Cap, designer toys, and all the Halloween happenings you can handle. Awwwooooooooo!
Check out these awesome contributions to The Sucklord’s SuckPax Series 3 trading cards from our friend, Adriean Koleric, aka ITEM. Both his vintage cards(left) and sketch cards(right) are both great examples of what Adriean’s style has evolved into over the years. He combines stylized collage with recurring patterns/iconography and subtle pop cultural references and [...]
Opening this Friday night at Latitude 53 Gallery in Edmonton, Alberta, is Get to da Choppa!!, a show featuring 14 artists using T- Series Endoskeleton replica masks from The Terminator as their canvases. The show will feature each artist’s personally customized/kit-bashed version of the iconic Terminator’s face and deal with themes of “deception, identity, robots-in-disguise [...]
Our good friend ITEM has been releasing some amazing digital collages via his Flickr over the last few months. Well, he’s recently begun to share WIP images of a diorama which takes many of the now iconic images that he’s been using in his collage into the 3-D world. The main figure might also be [...]