I am very glad I went on vacation, but I am sad that I have not posted a new exhibit in over a month! Today we resume Larry Tremblay‘s guest exhibits with another Electric Tiki Design Teeny Weeny Mini-maquette.Continue reading →
I am back from a vacation, and ready to resume my retrospective. Before I left, I was working on the wide variety of Harvey pins. The last pin posted at that time was of World War II bomber nose art featuring Sad Sack. Here is that pin as a Jigidi puzzle:
Today is Local Comic Shop Day! While I will be missing out on the fun, I hope some of you get to visit your friendly local comic shops!
Back in August, I touched briefly on the fact that the new Bit.ly shortened URLs that I am rolling out contain “campaign parameters”. Of the five types of marketing campaign parameters commonly in use, I am using UTM parameters for best integration with Google Analytics. Web marketing agency KWSM recently published a blog post, “What is a UTM?“, which does a nice job of explaining UTM.
Today’s exhibit is the second of Larry Tremblay‘s Electric Tiki Design Teeny Weeny Mini-maquette figurines. This is another exclusive, but to a store instead of a convention. Electric Tiki made Little Audrey wearing a yellow dress instead of red for Nuff Said Collectibles. It appears that store has since gone out of business, much like Electric Tiki themselves.
To see all of the Harvey Mercheum puzzles, use the “New Puzzle” post category on this website:
or visit the HMCurator creator page on Jigidi:
Back in June, I posted one of Electric Tiki Design‘s Teeny Weeny Mini-maquette figurines in response to a photo Intelligent Collector magazine posted to Facebook. One thing I did not mention in that post was that Electric Tiki made a number of limited edition variants of their Mini-maquettes.