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Pixels are cool. eBoy’s back at Blik.

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 26, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Guest Blogger last modified Mar 25, 2012

Blik, the innovative maker of self-adhesive surface graphics is excited to announce the return of eBoy with a new pixel city, New York eCity ~ ReStik, Fans familiar with eBoy’s artwork will recognize the zany cast of characters of superheroes, headless zombies, construction workers and an unexplainable giant cigar stand. — Continue reading …




 

 

Blik, the innovative maker of self-adhesive surface graphics is excited to announce the return of eBoy with a new pixel city, New York eCity ~ ReStik, Fans familiar with eBoy’s artwork will recognize the zany cast of characters of superheroes, headless zombies, construction workers and an unexplainable giant cigar stand.

“We love the liveliness and density of New York City and aimed to capture it with the New York eCity wall graphic,” said Kai Vermehr, co-founder, eBoy.

In 2010, Tokyo eCity made a splash at Blik. New York eCity decals are based on eBoy’s popular New York poster and incorporate some of the exact elements used to build their detailed cityscapes. Made with Blik Re-Stik, the movable city scenes can change as quickly as the real New York.

“After the success of Tokyo eCity, we knew New York was the next eCity to bring to Blik,” said Scott Flora, Blik co-founder.”The detailed illustrations of New York eCity give users hours of entertainment to create their own pixelated wonderland.”

New York eCity ~ ReStik is now available at Blik for $50 and includes two full size (26″ x 40″) sheets of movable and reusable Blik Re-Stik. Each sheet comes with 3-4 buildings as well as icons and figures.

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