|Gabrielle Bell's San Diego Diary|
|Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Tom Kaczynski, merch, Gabrielle Bell, events||12 Jul 2011 1:58 AM|
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Look for this stunning portrait of Groucho Marx by Drew Friedman on "the forthcoming second edition of Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho's House, Steve Stoliar's memoir of working for the comedian during the mid-1970s" — or hanging on your wall if you're one of the lucky 15 to pick up one of the ultra-limited-edition prints of the artwork from the Drew Friedman Art shop.
In case you've been living under a rock, the 12" action doll of Daniel Clowes's The Death Ray goes on sale on Thursday. Fully posable, with ray gun accessory and snazzy packaging (natch). Manufactured by the enigmatic "Oakland Toy Corp.," distributed exclusively by our pals at Presspop, limited to 200, first come first served. All the details and more images are here.
Comics fans, film aficionados, lovers of merch, rejoice! The Cinefamily in L.A. often has posters for their film programming illustrated by top-notch cartoonists (thanks to the involvement of Sammy Harkham) and now they're all available for purchase online. Clockwise from top left: Slacker by Gabrielle Bell, "Leprethon" by Johnny Ryan, Cassavetes by John Pham, and Dennis Hopper by Anders Nilsen. Below, Yasujiro Ozu by Chris Ware. You can also buy t-shirts with the sharp Cinefamily logo designed by Jordan Crane.