Created by Tristan Eaton and Kidrobot's Paul Budnitz, this bunny-esque action figure fueled the urban vinyl craze and Kidrobot's rise. Made of soft, smooth vinyl, Dunny has been customized in a variety of styles by dozens of artists.
40-year-old architect, David Adjaye, makes his United States debut next summer with his Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver. While other architects choose marble, maple or glass, Adjaye opts for cheap poured concrete chipboard, sawn plywood or ashphalt, and anti-graffiti paint.
To counter the magnifying effect HDTV has on blue tones, Jim Fenhagen ordered up last-minute tweaks for the September debut of CBS's The NFL Today: posterized graphics of players, and panels in a deep, arterial red. The set boasts a skull-busting total of 47 TV screens.
Celebrities sell. Everyone knows that. But for billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson and spiritual guru Deepak Chopra, the purpose behind getting celebs involved runs a little bit deeper. Directors, writers, artists and even musicians are inherently creative personalities, and they're proving excellent candidates for involvement in the comic book industry.