Apologies to everyone trying to use the store, there is an error with the checkout, which we’re working on and should be fixed soon.
I have finally finished this new print for nice produce after many months working on it. i ended up cropping a large section on the left hand side of the image as i felt the composition had gotten stupidly cluttered (more so then usual). as is, i think the layout works nicely. theres alot of secret little characters as usual, getting up to no good, and some of them have been blown up from 1/4 of their apparent resolution, meaning they are extra pixelly.. (which is a good thing). there is also a character named Ranzurq Alperthaux hidden in the piece. he is a half rabbit half cat half human all killing machine assassin from the planet yaboochi. anyone who finds him will receive a free yearly membership to my fanclub!
Now on nice, only 20 made, signed and numbered. 45×45 Giclee. Click here for more info.
New to Niceproduce. Tom Vincent with a couple of really striking Giclee prints limited to an edition of just 12. Only 108 each. Right here.
Good to see you, mate!
See? See!? We weren’t crazy after all. We really were working on version 2 of Nice Produce.
Behold, Nice 2. Build from the ground up by our genius Karl. More power full than Galactus, more agily than Spiderman and as useful as Slapstick. There are new sections for, events, galleries, good looking storefront, cleaner interface and a blog section with a shit load of bloggers.
Nice v2.0 History Lesson.
Nice Produce 2 is first mentioned in newsletter on May 22nd, 2008 12:47:16 AM GMT+10:00
Quote – “We’re smashing code on the award winning Nice 2.0.”
Nice 2 then next appears in a blog post titled “Coming up for Air” on December 22nd, 2008.
Quote - “We’re working on it, if you want the job done right, you have to do it yourself. It’s the Nice way of life.” It’s important to note that this post is accompanied by a photo of 4 cases of Carslberg cooling on a balcony in Stockholm.
2009 is a blur.
The next mention of Nice 2 comes in January 11th, 2010 in a blog post called “Nerdballin 2.0.” Where we see that a overworked and disheveled Lynty has been picked up as the Downsizing spokesman for the i.t industry. We claim that “The 90% finished Nice 2.0 will be up and running before you know it.”. We lie.
No longer in Stockholm on May 9th 2010, in a self explanatory blog post titled “Another Lovely Day in NYC” we see why Nice2 has yet again been held back, due to an unforseeable bottleneck at Prince and Wooster Taco stand in Soho.
And then, May 24th 2010, as if by magic, exactly 2 years and 2 days after the first announcement, Nice Produce 2.0 is up, just like that.
Shigeru Miyamoto, is still clearly impressed.
Good work Lynty.
Thanks everyone for sticking by Nice all these years.
New Nice Produce T-shirt now online. The long awaited T-shirt by James (Jagi) Greenaway.
Invisible Opponent, It’s you! How are you gentlemen?
Only $40. Right here. In black or white.
It’s been a while since I have posted to the faithful NiceProduce blog. That’s because I’ve been busy as hell. I’ll cut the bullshit and give you all a heads up on what we’re doing at Nice HQ.
Recently, NiceProduce relocated it’s European outlet to the bright lights of New York City. In the past month or so, we’ve been busy setting up shop, working hard on the new website and getting loose. I know the international subscribers are keen on spending their own currency (since the Aussie dollar is blazing at the moment), but the US Government, while seemly tight, is a useless pile of shit when it comes to economics. Hold tight.
Last month Meggs dropped into town to show who’s boss. Plenty of parties, exhibitions and true Australian mayhem. And to the yanks who continue to ask, we’re not fucking English! Great to have you in town Meggs, hope you showed LA what’s what. Welcome back any day.
Koan just finished his recent tour of Japan with New York legend Krink. If you didn’t catch the update, read on. By all accounts the exhibition was off the hook and our Japanese insurgence continues to grow every year. I’ll be visiting Tokyo next week to pick up where Koan left off. For my Nihongo bitches, you know where we are!
Koan is now safe and sound in the padded confines of the Melbourne HQ. Drop in and bring the man a beer.
The website is almost complete. We are taking a major overhaul of product and direction. We have been selling an amazing amount of artwork to which the artists are truly grateful. The events section will bring every major Melbourne event right to your doorstep (with directions), and our product catalogue is of the highest possible quality. We have been delaying the release for months as every time Koan and I sit down we either end up drinking too much or coming up with some crazy shit we can’t miss.
Either way… it’s worth the wait.
Currently our site has taken a back seat, mainly due to travel time and curating, but…
For those customers who have been put out by the delays, we appreciate your patience, your works are on the way.
I know you like free booze, so keep an eye on this blog in the coming weeks as we announce the next series of exhibitions in Melbourne. I will let Koan take the reigns on announcing these, but rest assured it’s true Melbourne quality.
Right, enough blabber, I hate reading, too.
Have a great Christmas, all!
Caught this dude repping the Nice X KRink T are the KR signing in Aoyama last week. According to some of the people i spoke to these T’s are pretty collectible. Instead of getting them off Ebay we’ve still got 1 small white left on the nice store and one size break in black, only aus$60. Then that’s the end of them. So Get them here.
Tom Vincent is a young emerging artist who works out of his studio space in Richmond. His work is influenced mainly by the thoughts and nature that he encounters on his journey through life and then manifested into a world of trans-dimensional imagery. He is yet to hold a major showing of his work but he hopes to have a promising future.