Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Halloween Exclusives are Here!
All of them are available at the brand spanking new and html-challenged

We’ve got three different sampler packs for $25 each, the new Brothers Tingle set in its first release, as well as the brand new Mr. Scratch. Mr. Scratch is God’s favorite Soul Broker and the Director of the Bureau of Faith and Fear, one of the institutional pillars of the larger Bureaucracy of Death. The Brothers Tingle are his re-habilitated demonic work crew- Itchy, Peeper, and Wayne, Jr.

Brothers Tingle- Candy Corn Glow-in-the-Dark Edition
Limited to 2 sets

Brothers Tingle- Candy Corn Glow

9 Total Sampler Sets are available evenly divided between Sets A,B, & C.

Halloween Sampler A
Limited to 3 sets of Sampler A.

Halloween Sampler A

Mr. Scratch GID unpainted
Limited to ten per year, released for Halloween
Mr. Scratch GID

Mr. Scratch – Pumpkin Patch Fiend
Limited to 3. Two-pour resin-dyeing process.
Mr. Scratch - Pumpkin Patch Fiend

Sunday, October 17, 2010


Kurta Time

Greetings fellow post-nuclear vermin! The interruption in our broadcasting this summer has finally ceased following countless hours of litigation. Censored by the government, shackled by the social constraints of family, and temporarily detained by the siren’s song, Apocalypse Popsicle is back online. Rejoice! For the line shall continue to blur and the beasts will not gnash at their fearsome bits now that they smell the meat.

On the Job

The graceful reader will be encouraged that the staff here have not been idle in their seclusion. Apocalypse Popsicle took part in a couple of group shows this summer. This early summer AP had several pieces in Dragatomi’s Not Vinyl show. Dragatomi is located in Sacramento, CA and the Not Vinyl show focused on the emerging DIY toy scene. Artwork on display was in a variety of mediums: resin, paper, clay, metal, cardboard, etc. There are pics of my stuff from the Not Vinyl show a couple of posts down from this one and on the flickr page.

The ending of the season was capped by the Toxic Catalyst show at Super7 in San Francisco, CA. This was another show focusing on the emerging DIY scene, but it leaned heavily towards the homemade resin and mold making aspect of DIY making toys. The show was put on by the MonstreHero guys, Cliff & Sean. Thanks for putting me in the Toxic Catalyst group! This show was awesome and I really have to thank Super7 and Skullbrain for their continued support and inspiration. Here’s a pic or two from that show:
Toxic Catalyst on display

Bloody Yolk Old Toby back

On a more personal note-
The top picture in the post is of me at my engagement party. My girlfriend and I are finally taking the plunge. Who knew 7 years of dating would lead to marriage?

Halloween Fat Ladies