WHAT’S UP INTERNET
If you’re a gamer, you probably noticed all the new stuff being announces at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. I’m super excited, especially about all the announcements from Sony and Nintendo.
Lots of people are excited for different consoles and their respective games, LIKE THE 3DS. So here’s your chance to win one! The winner will receive a red 3DS XL system (like new, used only a few times) with its original box, charger, manuals, and AR cards. Plus, the two latest killer apps for the 3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening and Animal Crossing: New Leaf!
- Sadly, the 3DS is region-locked, so I am only shipping to the United States.
- Reblogs count, Likes do not. Reblog as much as you like, but try not to spam 50 reblogs in a row.
- If you make a fake, empty, giveaway blog or something like that to spam reblogs then all your entries will be invalid.
- I will need the winner’s address for shipping purposes, so you have to be comfortable with sharing this information.
The giveaway will end on Friday, June 21st and the winner will be announced on that day! Good luck!
In 2001 a different Kim was in line for the North Korean throne: Kim Jong-nam. But then he tried to visit Tokyo Disneyland…
Discovered at Archie McPhee:
Shota Katsube is a Japanese outsider artist whose medium of choice is the humble twist tie. He uses them to create armies of tiny manga action figures that are completely awesome in both in terms of detail and variety.
“The word “souzou” has no linguistic equivalent in English, although in Japanese it refers to concepts of both creation and imagination. For these artists, the primary and dominant mode of expression is through the visual rather than the verbal or written. As such, there is an emotional intensity and delightful conceptual inventiveness to their works as they communicate their thoughts on culture and memory in deeply personal ways. From the grotesquely riveting pointillism of Marie Suzuki’s portraits, to Shota Katsube’s meticulously constructed army of action figures made from wire, to Norimitsu Kokubo’s astounding cartographies of teeming urban spaces, Souzou presents an endearing collective account of the peculiar world we live in through pure and fresh eyes.”