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February 04, 2009 | Comment

We LUV Stefan Bucher’s graphic design genius with his Daily Monsters! His acclaimed graphic design work garnered him an invite to participate in a logo redesign exercise for SBXLIII that was shared in the New York Times Sports Section - Brilliant!

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Stefan also provides a full version of the SBXLIII logo to enjoy…

@Work?!

December 10, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Stefan reports:

“Good morning. Mrs. Joyner and her 6th graders at Davis Middle School in Gainesville, GA made some excellent, excellent Monsters that I think you must see! (Special shout-out to Kevin!) Aren’t they cool?”

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What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

November 12, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Another close encounter of the visual kind from Dr. Bucher…

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And remember, if you need more monsters more of the time, Stefan’s 100 Days of Monsters is the tome for you! 

What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

October 08, 2008 | 1 comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

We’ll let Stefan tell it:


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Good morning! I hope you’re having a good October so far. I just got back from the excellent 5D Conference in Long Beach, and I have some totally unrelated good news for you: The Daily Monster Facebook app is ready! It’s called SEND A MONSTER and lets you scare all your Facebook friends with Daily Monsters. And these are all new Monsters, I’ll have you know. Twenty of them, with more to come as we get closer to Halloween. Exclusively available on Facebook.

I hope you’ll go check it out. Send a few Monsters to your unsuspecting victims. What better time than the days leading up to the great autumnal Spookinox! More seasonal Monster Goodness is coming your way very, very shortly… And please, face facts: 344 LOVES YOU


And by the way: you can check me out on Facebook here!

 

What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

August 20, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Stefan and the monsters are branching out into the jewelry biz, but you know it had to be for a worthy cause…

The first is Metal For Monsters, a charity jewelry project started by graphic designer Eric Jean-Louis and industrial designer Vivian Cheng of Blend Creations. 

{(met-l fer mon'strs) cause. 1. An effort by Blend Creations to raise money for UNICEF by collaborating with artists for a special line of limited-edition stainless steel pendants.}

They invited nine artists to design laser-engraved stainless steel Monster pendants to benefit Unicef. Happily, two of the Monsters agreed to help.

Each pendant is limited to 100 pieces, signed and numbered on the back, and sells for $81. $16 of that goes straight to Unicef. Please check it out.


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I think I’ll take my two monsters to go!

 

What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

August 12, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Now hear this:  Stefan is really going BIG Time now.  Check out this blog post from his Daily Monster site:

”...A special welcome to those of you who just found out about this site from the L.A. Weekly. The Weekly is very kindly featuring one of the Daily Monsters on its cover this week, advertising an article on Making Fiends creator Amy Winfrey, and one on… ahem… well, they have one on me, too. Great thanks to La Vida writer Gendy Alimurung for giving a massive shout-out to our little Monster community, and to Joshua Bearman for making the initial introduction back in December.” 

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Monsters don’t die; they multiply!  What’s next, “Monsters Take Manhattan…then Paris…then…?!”  Stay tuned.

 

 

 

What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

August 06, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Stefan is at again:

“...I thought I’d show you a new little item. Are you familiar with Mimobots? They’re Flash drives hidden in limited edition designer toys. To get to the drive, you have to literally take their head off.

The really cool thing about the bots is that they come preloaded with content, specifically a video magazine called MimoZine. Scott Seraydarian interviewed me for the latest issue. Yes, it’s more of me talking about the monsters—something you might be getting sick of at this point. But the segment also features an exclusive new Monster. Shot from TWO camera angles! Please take a look:

 

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July 29, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Last week, Stefan appeared live at Comic Con - the largest comic book and popular arts convention in the world!”  100 Days of Monsters proved a popular reading choice for many convention goers:

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What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

July 23, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Stefan has gone straight artiste with his new masterpiece, the “Omakase Monster”:

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Just call him the ‘New Millenium Van Gogh.’

 

 

What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

July 16, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Stefan recently appeared on the local (Los Angeles) Public Access TV show of Larry Crandall.  Here’s the interview:

 

What’s your Red Rubber Ball?!

July 09, 2008 | Comment

Stefan Bucher’s Daily Monster is our Wednesday staple of creative, hairy fun.

Stefan is inspiring friends and acquaintances left and right.  Here is an homage of sorts, a re-interpretation, ‘channeled Stefan,’ from Marguerita at ‘The Poignant Frog’ blog:


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