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It’s been more than three months since my last post, and even then my output was at best sketchy. But on my daily walk today, the Holy Spirit Of Blogging came over me again, and I could not help but … Continue reading
This must be the best comics-related merchandising I’ve seen in months : Paul-themed chocolate, with artwork by Michel Rabagliati. In three flavours, no less ! (via Drawn & Quarterly)
Adidas goes cross-branding in a big way, and jumps the shark in one swell swoop. (via Brainstorm #9)
Apparently, these sneakers are are called Comic Book Print, because of the design, which mimicks the 1970’s newsprint style of comic coloring. They’re available in Germany, in black and, well, more colorful. (via Sneaker Files – I admit, I do … Continue reading
Dishwasher safe, no less. Get them here. (via SwissMiss)
€ 40 – 75. More info here. It’s interesting to see how Swatch caters to the fans of the original, purist, black-and-white Corto, and to the watercolor Corto aficcionados at the same time. Personally, I like the second one more.