Brian Szabelski is Tomopop's Editor-in-Chief, stuck with an ever-growing collection of figures and toys. When he's not posting on Tomopop, he can usually be found working on any number of projects (some of which will be revealed in good time) or hunting down older figures he doesn't own but wants.
Born and raised in Detroit, he currently lives in northwest Ohio. He enjoys a number of things, including taiko drum playing, food, friends, watching movies, food, writing fiction and playing Team Fortress 2. He also longs for the day a Tomopup figure is available ... among two dozen others he'd like.
You can currently follow him on Twitter at @brianszabelski.
So here's something cool: I imagine a lot of you guys are fans of Jon Paul Kaiser, and recently, he finished up a unique commission for a fan of his. Instead of painting a Dunny with his usual black and white style, he finished up a set of skate decks that, when hung on the wall, make a picture.
According to Jon Paul, "I drew them so they would work as separate pieces on their own, as well as being able to be hung next to each other in different ways, making different pictures (though the 'correct' version os with the samurai to the right)."
I like how you can flip flop the decks however you choose and it still comes out to be a painting that looks great. What do you guys think of these?
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