Here’s a peek at the finished Guess the Hand Exclusive figure made by The Sucklord. This figure is going to the lucky winner of the random drawing that took place on December 31, 2010. Many thanks to The Sucklord for his participation, and to everyone who put in their guess.
Don’t forget that there will be another opportunity to win a custom piece of art by another mystery artist in Series 2…Coming out in the spring!
Finally! Here’s the video. Thanks for your patience. And, thanks again to everyone who participated in the Guess the Hand contest.
Submissions for the Guess the Hand mystery card are now closed.
Thanks to everyone who sent in their guess to give it a shot! All correct submissions have been notified, and the random drawing will take place today. Additional posts to follow.
During this interim before Series 2 is released in the spring, we thought you would enjoy this video review that was posted a few months ago by artist Jason Rudolph Pena.
We love this video…not only because he digs the set and pulls some great cards, including an authentic Kozik signature…but because he made a great video and was able to capture the truly awesome and magical crackle of a wax pack being opened; a sound that is so sweet. Are we a little neurotic about this, bordering on a sick obsession? Probably. Either way, the love of the creative process, the art, the cards and packaging experience fuels and inspires our ongoing love of producing The Art Hustle.
If you pulled one of the Guess the Hand cards, now is the time to get in your guess as to whom the hand belongs. All correct guesses will be entered into a random drawing that will take place December 31, 2010. The winner will receive an original work of art by the mystery artist…but you have to be in it to win it, so go find your card and enter the special code and your guess here.
We wish everyone a healthy and happy New Year!
1992 Upper Deck SP4 Special Card
of Tom Selleck from the film Mr. Baseball
Check out future Hall-of-Famer Frank Thomas in
a Yankee uniform behind him!
A new feature highlighting cards that were never made, but should have been. The following “cards” are our own take on how they might have looked.
1981 Time Bandits Trading Cards
1985 Garbage Pail Kids #8A Adam Bomb
Original Artwork by John Pound.
The most iconic non-sport trading card of the 1980′s.
What was this event all about? Well, check out this great video by Elite Gudz that highlights and gets the scoop from attending/contributing artists, and convention exhibitors including The Sucklord, SideKick Media and our very own Simeon Lipman from The Art Hustle.
Can’t thank everyone enough for making it an incredible night at the 2nd Ave TCC. Thanks to co-sponsors Suckadelic and SideKick Media, BeerLao, DJ Haha, Toy Tokyo and all who came by to check out this new annual event. Be seeing you next year!
Some great shots courtesy of Larz…
Huge thank you to everyone that came down to show your support! Can’t wait to do it again next year!