Welcome to this weeks 'Official' Featured Artists post with four great artists to follow. Each week we pick some artists we like who also happen to have some stuff going on this week that we think you should know about. Whether it's a new release, upcoming show, or just some cool stuff they're recently made. Anyway, on to our featured artists
Jesse had a lot going on this week at SDCC with this drop of both Ghost & Jade editions of his popular Mictlan figure from Kuso Vinyl. Also the highly anticipated, often delayed, release of his massive Mecha Azteca figures are set to ship out from RAJE Toys in early September. I don't believe they've sold out yet, so be sure to check your local toy shops for this behemoth. Finally be on the lookout for Jesse's ‘Miquiztlicoatl’ the Death Serpent still in production as it looks to be another must have figure. You can check out more of Jesse's work at immortalstudios.net and follow him at @Jesse_Hernandez.
James Fuller has been on the scene for quite a while, knocking out a variety of amazing movie themed customs across a variety of platforms. Most recently his amazing 'Headlesshorse Man' Horselington custom for last weeks Toy Invaderz show was truly insane. James does a great job varying his platforms, sculpting and color choices that makes his work stand out but identifiable as his unique style. You can check out more of James's work at fullerdesigns222.com and follow him at @fullerdesigns.
Jay started out in 1995 learning to screenprint posters for his own band Dianogah. From there Jay created The Bird Machine print shop in his apartment, eventually branching out into a commercial space in 2002 and finally settling in 2007 in an area north of Chicago. With nearly 600 prints in the library Jay seems to be an illustrating machine. A variety of his prints are available in his shop if you need some awesomeness to fill your walls. You can check out more of Jay's work at thebirdmachine.com and follow him on twitter if he used it.
Alex just wrapped up a solo show at The Cotton Candy Machine titled '[ eTu’Mor or Not Tu’Mor]Tu’Mor or Not Tu’Mor[/e]' that ended July 1st. Then he moved his game back to toys to release his mini-figure series Bunnywith that were available at DKE Toys. B.U.N.N.Y.W.I.T.H. actually stands for: Based Upon Nearly Nothing, You Will Indulge in These Hares. This GID colorway is hopefully the first of a few varieties that will be available after SDCCSDCC wraps up. The second thing Alex released over SDCC wasn't a painting or toy, but a iPhone/iPad app titled 'Way Cooler' which had custom pics popping up on my twitter and facebook feeds all week. You can check out more of Alex's work at eyesuckink.com and follow him at @alexpardee.
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