The sixth episode of Baby Talk is now released on the internet! Thomas Middleditch, Jamar Neighbors and Nick Thune sit down with a child and get to the bottom of what being weird is like. Jamar may or may not have admitted to rolling a blunt on a baby’s back.
Get a leg up on Hans Gruber with the new “R.I.P. Tony” pin – NOW AVAILABLE at PattiLapel.com for only $10. Only 100 made EVER and if you order now, it can be shipped by next day for all your holiday gifting needs. Yippee-Ki-Yay, pin lovers!
The fifth episode of Baby Talk is now viewable on YouTube! We’re joined by guests Bo Burnham, Jenny Johnson and Justin Willman. And a surprise cameo from an actor who once told us how much the human head weighs.
I wrote about my top 10 favorite podcasts of 2015 for The Hundreds and it includes some great shows you should be listening to. Trust me.
The second collection of limited edition Patti Lapel soft enamel pins have just been released! Each are only $10 and available right now for the holiday at PattiLapel.com.
We found that copy of The Burbs you lost! Avoid the late fees and pick this up.
My favorite ’90s bootleg shirt is now my favorite bootleg soft enamel pin.
Remember when Disney hired a Santa Claus that was into a totally different kind of snow? Commemorate this landmark casting with us. HO HO YAYO!
The fourth episode of Baby Talk is now online as we welcome guests Jack McBrayer, Timothy DeLaGhetto & Gareth Reynolds. We convince a child that he met himself in the future and it’s wildly touch.
The annual Holiday sale has begun at Gallery1988! By using the code “SALE” during checkout at Gallery1988.com, you get 25% off almost every piece from our back inventory (items at least 2 months old). There are some great deals to get some original and creative artwork on your walls, so don’t miss out. The sale will run through December 31st.
We’ve also released special prints to commemorate Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year. Those can be seen by CLICKING HERE.
The third episode of Baby Talk is now online and features guests Julian McCullough, Jermaine Fowler, Steve Greene and a dancing/rapping kid named Papa J. It’s quite an event.
CRAZY4CULT, the exhibit LAist called “the most famous art show in Los Angeles,” opened this weekend at G1988 (West) and is now online for purchase. Check out over 300 pieces inspired by your favorite movies.
CLICK HERE to see, and purchase from, the whole show.