Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Art Show At The Bottleneck Gallery

A few weeks ago, Andrew and I met Melissa, Kal and my roommate Taylor at the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn for their new art show honoring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  The show was named “Turtles in Time: Celebrating 30 Years of Turtle Power.”  The event was different than their usual shows in several ways.  For one, it was sponsored by Nickelodeon!  As soon as we arrived, we were able to choose one toy from a big pile set up on the table near the entrance.  Andrew and I both choose Kidrobot blind boxes.  I got a foot soldier and Andrew was lucky enough to open Raphael.  Another difference is that the Bottleneck usually serves wine at their shows, but for this event, they aptly opted for pizza instead.  They had an old TMNT arcade game set up in the corner for attendees to play, there were several cosplayers, a display of Hikari Funko Turtles, and of course, the artwork was stunning.  It was quite the full house so please excuse some of the wonky off-centered photos!

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Etsy Shop I’m Obsessed With This Week: Word To Your Unicorn

My fellow geek girl blogger and good friend Leslie Stewart, also happens to operate one of my all time favorite Etsy shops, Word to Your Unicorn.  Leslie sells post cards, greeting cards, and stickers which were inspired by her geeky and kawaii interests.  She keeps adding more and more to her shop and I always find myself favoriting every new item.  I’m especially obsessed with her recent Studio Ghibli and Sailor Moon designs.  I’m also loving the minimalist Avengers postcards which resemble Pantone color cards, and I dare you to look at the Dalek’s Need Love Too postcards without immediately wishing you could hug one of Doctor Who’s adversaries.  It’s fitting that Leslie would be impressing us with her designs in the form of postcards and greeting cards, because she’s also one of the co-creators of the International Geek Girls Pen Pal Club.  If you haven’t already joined, I highly suggest you do!  It’s a great way to make a new geeky friend, preserve the lost art of letter writing, and of course, get excited for geeky surprised in your daily snail mail delivery!  Leslie is uber talented and when she’s not busy designing new stationary, she’s blogging all of her clever thoughts on her new site Leslie IRL.  I have a bunch of Leslie’s stationary but I love it too much to send to anyone =^.^=

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