Saturday, November 29, 2008

Monster Plush now for sale on ETSY!

If you head on over to you can find my monster plush for sale through the Cutesypoo Toys Etsy shop!

Made with various types of fabric and each with its own unique theme, they range in price between $45 to $50 each (plus shipping). Remember, each is a one of a kind handmade work of art. Once these are gone.. they're gone! 

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Cutesypoo toys soon to release Musseloom!

Cutesypoo Toys are proud to present, MUSSELOOM!
coming next week! Musseloom plush toys will be released through DKE toys. they were designed by yours truly and manufactured by ESC toys.  just in time for Christmas! 
stay tuned for more news!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Happy tree friends new short!

I again had the pleasure of contributing some animation to another Happy Tree Friends, Ka-Pow! short. this ones called "Splendid’s SSSSSuper Squad : Mirror, Mirror" I have to say, the whole thing came out FANTASTIC! kudos to Roque and all those involved for such a bang up job! but coming from Ghostbot, i'm not entirely surprised.

My sequence starts at 1:48 and goes until, 2:15. yes, i destroyed a couple of endangered species. it was fun.

Friday, November 14, 2008


Serena Kuhl's group plush show, PLUSH IT is under way down in AUS at the Ruban Rat gallery in Sydney. If you're in the area, go check it out.. and check out my piece, Rick Licorice as shown below.

*UPDATE!* you can now buy the pieces in the show off the Ruban Rat website HERE!

Thursday, November 13, 2008


I recently had the pleasure of creating a song for a compilation album that my good friend Hobo Divine produced. It is now available on ITUNES only ten bucks! thats plenty affordable...and you can listen to previews of each song. My song is "SPTF! - Closing Credits" under the name GET!
the concept was to make a piece of music inspired japanese hero TV shows from the 70's and an image made by Hobo Divine. So check it out... then BUY IT! it's completely independently produced and all revenue is divided equally amongst all the artists.. so you know your money is not going to some big mean corporation.