Monday, June 11, 2012

Stussy Around The World

EUROPE

JAPAN CLICK BELOW:


http://stussy.jp/blog/2012/06/06/stussy-guest-artist-series-%e2%80%9cjohn-k%e2%80%9d/



STUSSY 2012 SUMMER コレクションから、カナダ生まれのアニメーター “John K” をフィーチャー。

2012サマーコレクションには、John K.とのコラボレーションによるTシャツシリーズが登場。 リリースを記念して制作されたアニメCMは、1991年当時の「Ren & Stimpy」でもよく見られたレトロな番組内CMを彷彿させる内容に仕上がっている。

19 comments:

furrykef said...

In case anybody's wondering what the Japanese says, it's basically a shorter version of the info on this page.

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Robin Crowley said...

Are they available in Mexico City?, say hi to your ego! ;P

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AaronPaetz said...

COOOOOOL! Thanks for sharing! :)

Tooves said...

Hi John,

Do you know if these will ever be available for shipping to Australia?

I wore out my old Rex and Champy T-Shirt over a decade ago! It would be great if you could ever re-release that one.

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Gordeaux said...

GODDAMMITT!!! I WANT ONE! ONE OF EACH! AND WHEN THE HELL IS AOMEONE GOING TO GIVE JOHN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO MAKE WHATEVER HE WANTS?!?!? CAN YOU IMAGINE THE HILARITY?!! JOHN K WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS?!?!? AWESOMMME!
Sorry for yelling...

Trevor Guitar said...

興味深い。 私の日本語はまだまだです。こんにちはジャーん「John]。www

おめでとう!

分かりますか?

いええ、でも、トランスレータを使用することができます。

kurtwil said...

I wonder when Adult Swim will get serious and give JK a green light on one of the JK half hour or new series projects?
Or is Adult Swim simply too tied up with William Street Productions's more predictable, and now boring, efforts?

Sean V said...

Hi John, my name is Sean and I'm an amateur animator looking for a decent affordable animation program. Flash is a nightmare to draw with. I see that the cheapest, most basic version of digicel flip book is $78. That looks like the best deal I've seen in a while but I just wanted to get your opinion before I invest in it because you seem to be the expert on this stuff. Thanks!

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Trevor Guitar said...

I was actually wondering that too. (With regards to Sean's question.)

I saw your post about the sale on Animate but I'm you-know-what poor.

I have done quite a number of animations in the past when I was younger, but I no longer have the software due to maturing...(Ie. growing up and being legal in what I do.)

I've been an artist since a kid so I have quite a bit of art 'stuff' accumulated. Pencils, inks, watercolors, copics, prisma's, etc. Tablet. And so on.

But I no longer have that kind of money to spend and I'm out of work.

But for some reason the animation bug started to wiggle in me the last couple of days and I was looking around the internet for something in the range of $250 maybe, if I was extremely lucky.

Fellow Canadian so you know what that really means.

I don't have an animation desk or any of the traditional tools, pegs, etc, so something like flip wouldn't really help me.

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Elana Pritchard said...

Trevor, if you are really hard up and haaaaaaave to animate, as in right now, you can always use Window Movie Maker. I think if you put to pedal to the metal on that program, you can get 8 fps, which isn't great for traditional, but its doable. I did a couple of fun little short little animations with it and ms paint a couple years back and had a lot of fun with it. You can do this, and practice drawing while you save up for your program. And check the Toon Boom site often, they have sales all the time (like every store nowadays)