Hey, want a one of a kind, adult-sized wolf suit for free? Now’s your chance! Before we depart the land of the wild things, each of us at We Love You So would like to express our gratitude to the loyal fans of this blog and Where the Wild Things Are with our biggest giveaway ever. This is what we’re including in the prize pot:
Spike is giving away a grown-up sized wolf suit! Made during the shoot in Australia, only five of these suits exist. They’re just like Max’s wolf suits from the movie– made with all of the original materials– but they aren’t “distressed” or dirty like Max’s were. Dallas is giving away a signed copy of An Awesome Book, a children’s book so rad it’ll feel at home next to Sendak on your bookshelf. Molly is including a copy of her brilliant and bittersweet chapbook, Troubleshooting. Graham is donating a rare Albert Reyes print from his gallery, Mastodon Mesa. Last but not least, Rubin is contributing Saintseneca’s cassette tape and 7″ from his record label, Paper Brigade.
Just comment on this post to qualify! The contest ends Monday night and a winner will be chosen at random on Tuesday morning. Please re-blog/tweet/and share with your friends!
UPDATE: The prize pot has grown! Shawn Records, amazing photographer and father of Max, has volunteered a signed 11×14″ print of his wolf suit photo, as seen above! It keeps getting better!
Come join me at master illustrator Albert Reyes’ solo show, Never Dies the Dream, at Mastodon Mesa tomorrow night! His maze will reel you in and then his illustrations will melt your mind. Deep in the recesses of room B210 at West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center, you will have a one night only chance to enter a world of mystery, beauty and despair.
Join us at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood this weekend for Mastodon Mesa’s debut group show, Mastodon Maze! I co-curated this show with Mya Stark. It may or may not include: ballroom dancers, gynecological blasphemy, paleolithic wool-spinning workshops, modular tetrahedrons, fabric portal party arteries, haunted mirrors, cup-string telecommunications, undead florae, trompe-l’oeil record collections, dream object development, horrific make-out closets, free wine, lovable mermen, hair-dryer symphonies, two stunningly chromatic landscapes, and a prism parlor.
It definitely includes work from more than 20 of our favorite artists, notably a wall of wonders from We Love You So friend Michael C. Hsiung. There’s a huge art fair going on at the Pacific Design Center all weekend, so if you check that out (on the 2nd floor), don’t forget to head up to the 5th floor to get lost in Mastodon Maze.