These fantabulous 11” vinyl stickers (made by the good people of Sticky Brand) of Walter Parenton’s two terrific Gara-logos are now available for just $3.00 each, mailed anywhere in the world. Paypal can go to email@example.com; be sure to specify in the body of your Paypal message which of the two styles (Garamania standard (1st pic) or Garamania diecut (2nd pic)) you are ordering, and quantity of each. Please allow 2 to 4 weeks for shipping. Embiggenation is a must:
This is my formal Garamania THANKS to all the great people who funded The Becoming; this is truly a list of excellent people, and I am honored that each saw fit to fund my strange project! Please take a moment to click the links below, too, to check out the good works some of my backers are involved in!
I will also take this opportunity to say that things are in the works behind the scenes, and the post-GARAMANIACAL re-emergence of Garamike will be happening soon... please stay tuned!
Not content to release one of the finest resin Gara-masterpieces ever poured, Miyazaki-san at Atragon G-K has completed work on "Set 01A", a sold-separately companion kit to his (very) soon-to-be-released Garamon kit (new header pic is one of his awesome promo shots).
Here's a look at the kit, which features a Garadama base with nameplate, a chunk of tilsonite, alternate appendages, and some... I'm not sure... bonus (?) spikes...
And the box art... for Set 01A:
... and the figure kit itself:
Both kits limited to 100 copies; pre-order closes on 3/20!
Behold two color versions of zapatoloco/Benoit Robitaille's "Rollin'" piece, the original of which was sold at GARAMANIACAL. Ben says that prints of this delightful image will be available soon... Garamania will of course keep you posted, dear readers...
Within a few weeks, I began to suffer a seller’s remorse so severe that I got in touch to say that if he ever wanted to part with the toy, he should hit me up first, as I would snatch it back in a heartbeat. Thereafter, I made a steady annoyance of myself, checking in with him about it every few months, until one day he caved and sold big D back to me. In the box I received, along with the toy, was a hilarious little note “from Darkron”, expressing his distress over my selling him to the “… bad man, who displayed me with much cheaper, inferior vinyls!”
Corey is also a big Garamon fan, has great toy-taste in general, and takes amazing photos. Here is one of his Garatastic shots, but you really must peruse all of his other offerings.