You guys are good! Right off the bat you figured out it was Nendoroid Wind Waker Link!
Jiji, Kiki’s Delivery Service
Mighty Max: Seen the toy commercials, but the animated series was awesome. I would always watch it every weekday. Has some funny bits here and there. Even had an educational segment. Little bummed that there wasn’t an official release. There are some episodes up on Youtube though.
Sailor Moon: The anime that started it all. It was on Saturdays then it got moved into 5:30AM, but I didn’t care, I loved it. Then when I got into middle school, it got moved in the afternoons, I taped every episode. Now looking back, I’m glad that there’s going to be 2014 anime.
Classic Disney Shorts: The Silly Symphonies, Classic Mickey Mouse shorts, Goofy shorts, Donald shorts. Loved them all. :)
Here is the final poster for the #MiyazakiCollab over twitter: all 138 contributors! :) If I miss anyone, please let me know!
This collaboration focuses on the characters that are in the films that Miyazaki directed and/or screenwritten and starting from Go Panda! Go (1972) (Pre-Ghibli) and have a cut off at The Wind Rises (2013) (his “last” film) and anime series Sherlock Hound (1984), with two shorts, On Your Mark (1995) and Mr. Dough and the Egg Princess (2010).
It is arranged in chronological order. The link to the larger view of this poster is here. (please do not sell/alter/claim that you did all this hard work of all these artists, direct link):
List of contributors (as well as other collabs and art jams): http://tinyurl.com/miyazakicollab
This collab was mentioned in a article written by Simone Collins (Founder of artcorgi): http://www.huffingtonpost.com/simone-collins/online-artists-thanks-hayao-miyazaki_b_5118937.html as part of the Collabs of 2013-2014.
To those to sign up, contributed, being extremely patient to yours truly: thank you, and if please take part in art-jamz if you can. I really hope you guys can take part in and there might be fanart-related prompts in the future. :)
To conclude I want to post these videos (including the On Your Mark music video, thanks to rollround for mention this video).http://vimeo.com/48043470 <- On Your Mark music videoFollow me on Twitter!
Art Aquarium Exhibition in Tokyo
Visitors watch “kingyo,” or goldfish, swimming in a polyhedral aquarium on the opening day of the Art Aquarium Exhibition in Tokyo. The annual exhibition produced by Hidetomo Kimura was the collaboration of Japan’s old Edo period atmosphere, modern technology and the kingyo, the organizer said.
BACK FROM MY GALLERY EXHIBIT!!!
"16 Bits" was a retro inspired, small gallery showcase of some local talent to illustrate some of our favorite videogames as a retro-inspired redesign.
My piece is a stupid joke that kinda was run down from brainstorming on twitter too much…
Based on the Super Mario Brothers Movie, what if it was a commercial success?
What if it spawned an ANIMATED SERIES based ON THE MOVIE?
What if that Animated series then spawned a whole new GAME [think ala CD-i] but Licensed from Nintendo?
WHAT IF THIS WAS OUR SUPER MARIO RPG IN A BIZARRE UNIVERSE?
Bonus SNES Boxart Mockup:
Anyways, happy with the result!! I will be selling prints of these as soon as I open my storefront or something…
all I can say is thank you andreas deja for making Lilo so damn cute
Timeless Vixen Vintage
The Marvelettes in 1963
(Clockwise from top left: Gladys Horton, Katherine Anderson, Georgeanna Tillman, and Wanda Young)