I can’t show you exactly what our initiation process looks like (i’d have to kill you if I did) but this video is pretty close.
We know that everyone’s favorite price is free and so we decided to team up with our good friends at Sticker Robot to bring you the easiest and most fun way to win an entire box of free stuff!
How do you get this massive box of free goods do you ask? Well it’s about as easy as it gets. All you have to do is use “Sticker Robot” in a sentence. Make sure to visit the Sticker Robot site to see what they are all about (They’re giving away 500 free stickers with every order this week!) and then craft the perfect sentence. The best, most creative, and funniest sentence wins. It’s that simple folks, just write a kick ass sentence and get a box of goods just in time for the holidays!
Make sure to submit your sentence by this Friday (November 26th) by midnight, write your submission in the comments area of this post, and keep your sentence under 100 words. On Monday we’ll announce the winner!
Here’s what the winner gets:
3 Beautiful/Decay t-shirts
A limited edition Fudge Factory Comics sticker pack by Travis Millard
So get out your ink and quills and draft up the ultimate sentence. May the best cult member win!
*Due to logistics this contest is only available for our US readers.
Geometric animals playing instruments is always a good thing in music videos. Especially in a Cap Pas Cap video!
Is it me or does everything look better in slow motion? I could watch this girl toss around her hair for hours!
Join B/D and a bunch of other creative vendors this Saturday at Designer Con! Now in its fifth year, Designer Con is an annual art and design convention that smashes together collectible toys and designer apparel with urban, underground and pop art.
Swing by our booth, partake in the holy secret cult of decay handshake, buy a book or two and get some killer deals on new shirts!
Saturday, November 20th, 2010
10 am to 5 pm
Admission: $5 (free after 3 pm!)
Pasadena Convention Center
300 East Green Street
Pasadena, CA 91101
It’s that time again folks. Super intern Julie Yeo graduates from the B/D Cult University and goes off into the real world. Join me in thanking Julie for all the hard work around the office, the non-stop blogging, and the daily post office runs. We never did make her scrub the floors, get us coffee, or give back rubs to the various artists that drop by our space but hey we got a whole new batch of interns coming that can pick up on the slack. When Julie’s not busy prowling the streets at night eating brains she’s busy with her illustration and design. So make sure and stop by her site and see what she’s up to. Bust of luck Julie!
Not sure what kind of drugs you need to take to have visions like this but Mario please pass the water and a handful of pills.
I first met Robbie Conal back in 2001 when B/D was just a part time hobby run out of my bedroom. He was one of the first LA artists that I met, and we immediately hit it off. Fast forward a decade, now Robbie is a great friend of mine, and a loyal Cult Of Decay supporter. He is the type of artist that gives his time, energy, and sharp wit to anyone and everyone without thinking about what they can do for him. Over the years we’ve featured Robbie on our cover (you can get a copy here), included him in shows we’ve curated, released videos about his work, and had him write an amazing article about his painting mentor and hero Leon Golub (You can get a copy of that issue here). Needless to say we back him 200%.
Robbie is having a much deserved show opening this week in LA at Country Club. If you’re a fan of what we do at Beautiful/Decay then you must go to this show to support the original King of Postering, and the ultimate Mad Man of Paint. If you’ve only seen his work on the street then this show will be a true eye opener, as all of Robbie’s posters are actually prints of paintings with hundreds of layers of rich paint. So join me, the rest of the B/D team, and help celebrate one of LA’s great artistic treasures.
Robbie Conal:The Missing Link
November 20th-December 22nd 2010
Opening Reception: November 20th 6-9pm
@ The Buck House
805 South Genesse Avenue
LA, CA 90036