Posters. The awesome creation that let us express our loves freely. Well, “loves”, only if you have many walls available. But with Displate posters, you need not worry about limited wall spaces. Displate are magnetically mounted metal posters, so you can switch to a new “love” whenever you like.
Mercedes-Benz and Virgil Abloh just made me hate art. They actually did. First off, it was a vague and overly artistic worded press release on Project Geländewagen. I took me the longest time to understand what they trying to do here. While my grammar may not be best, my English is still passable.
No serious fans of Ghostbusters will want to pass on these new official Ghostbusters merchandises. These merchandises include a 3D Desk Lamp/Wall Light featuring the iconic no-ghost sign, a Nintendo Switch Case, LED Micro USB Cable and Thumb Grips for PS4 and Xbox One, and a trio of collectibles Pin Kings Enamel Pin Badge Set.
Fans collect toys, models and such. But true hardcore fans collect movie props – specifically those that used to make the film itself, such as the 11-foot Nostromo Principal Filming Model from Ridley Scott’s 1979 Alien.
Fans of Evangelion will want to check out this new EVA-02 The Beast statue by Infinity Studio. It is depiction of the Evangelion Unit-02 that went on “Beast Mode” (kind of like a berserk, but the pilot is in control) in the Rebuild series – specifically, Evangelion: 2.0 and Evangelion: 3.0.
Super fans of DC live action flick Aquaman and Jason Momoa (or maybe just Jason Momoa) will want to check out this new life-size bust from Shanghai-based statue maker, Infinity Studio. Truth be told, any DC fan can have any DC collectibles they fancy, but only select few (read: hardcore fans) will bare to part …
I will be honest. The reason I am featuring this is because, I think the 70 Years of Formula 1 logo is super cool. And also to let you folks know how a poster can costs nearly three times more than a F1 graphic t-shirt.
Bandai is celebrating 10 years of Ultraman Zero with two new Ultraman Zero collectibles. Ultraman Zero first appears 10 years ago in December 2019 and so, technically, it is still celebrating his 10th anniversary.
You have seen LEGO enthusiasts done it, now LEGO is offering you the official products. We are talking about pop-art ‘posters’ created from LEGO elements. Yes. You heard that right. LEGO Art Sets are here and they are further prove that LEGO is taking adult collectors more seriously than ever before.
Since a real Batmobile is out of reach, or not street legal, most fans of Batman would settle for scale models like I do. However, considering that there may be some wealthier Bat fans out there, perhaps a luxury scale model like the Limited Edition Swarovski Batmobile would be more appropriate.