Too Art 4 TV show has a HUGE turnout!

So the turnout for Too Art 4 TV was huge.  I’m glad I got there early to check out the work because soon enough after it was so crowded I could barely move.

Photos by Siobhán Mullen and Alex Smith

Check out the official Too Art 4 TV photostream here. (BTW the show is FREE, just stop on by! It will be open until the 15th.)

Thanks to everyone that came out and made the show such a success!

You can also check out a nice little write up over at fanboy.com, from which I stole the image you can find after the jump of the work I have on display!

This is Cubeecraft: Product 01.  It is over 2 feet tall and assembled without tape or glue like every other Cubeecraft (using a template modified to accommodate the larger size).  This Cubee was designed exclusively for the Too Art 4 TV show.  There is a mini-kit (actually a “average-size”) Cubee version available at the show as a signed and numbered edition of 75.

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16 Responses to “Too Art 4 TV show has a HUGE turnout!”

Does this means that we won’t get to download it? :(

bah. what about us who didnt get to go? >:(

I will likely make any of the kits that are left over from the show available here on the site after the show closes.

Honestly do you really think there are going to be any left? I doubt it. But if there is – Possibly lottery ? or auction it off to the highest bidder?

Looks like the show was very cool!

And i dont understand what the “kit” is? Is it a kit to make a large cubee of Little Brother?

The kit is a “standard size” version of the “Cubeecraft: Product 01” Cubee (see above) I did exclusively for the Too Art 4 TV 3 show. The kit includes the template for Product 01, alternate faces/screens for Product 01 (including some blanks to create your own), a blank template to create your own and a letter/instructions page all on a nice cardstock. Each template is hand numbered, one of the screens is hand numbered and the letter is signed and numbered.

But how about letting us print our own ‘bootleg’ ones? XD

too freakin’ cool…

Why can’t you release the kit’s contents on the site as a limited edition download for a very short frame of time, like three days?

So, can you? (I am Bluellama)

Plz!!!! I luv cubeecraft!

How about you only send the link toactive blog reader/commenters! (you know, as like the end of a post)

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