Friday, November 19, 2010

Website is up and coming together!!!

We are working really hard on getting our website up and running, please check it out and leave a comment... soon this page will be obsolete :o)

See you there.....

Thursday, October 28, 2010

The launch of the Series 1, featuring Patricio Oliver a.k.a. PO! (Argentina)

Design limited to an edition of 30 pairs, from which there will be 25 of the regular version and 5 of the chase version. They manufacture them on demand, according to the customers' sizes. Each pair of sneakers includes an authenticity certificate numbered and signed by Patricio Oliver himself, and each pair bears the mentioned number. Surprise gift included. $70 USD + shipping. Payments via Paypal. They ship globally.

Note: they are sublimated, not handpainted nor printed nor stamped.

Lucy Exposed Made by Monsters

It is a Charlie Brown Christmas after all.  Ron English's take on Charlie's Brown's boss lady for his "Pop Art" series will soon be in the flesh. The 8-inch vinyl figure of Lucy shows off her bod in a thong and Snoopy-themed bra, and is limited to just 300 pieces worldwide.

Tara McPherson x Hello Kitty x Kidrobot – Magic Love Hello Kitty

Tara McPherson takes Hello Kitty and gives it her own little twist. In Collaboration with Hello Kitty and Kidrobot, they will be releasing the Magic Love Hello Kitty on Thursday, November 11th. This figure stands 6” tall. This is the first of many artists collaborations with Sanrio characters.

Monday, October 25, 2010

DOUGIE.F **Keep Doing What I Do Official Full length video**

Spaghetti Project Films in Association with ChiefRocka Industries

Another notch on the belt -- adding to our portfolio!!!

If you need a video done? contact us via email at

Ninja Tiger by Huck Gee

One of our Spaghetti Family gets him a  Ninja Tiger By Huck Gee!!! 

This figure is from the Kidrobot 2010 Dunny Series. This limited 3-inch Ninja Tiger Dunny figure was designed by Huck Gee. Your odds of pulling this figure out of a blind box are 2 out of 25 boxes, which is only a 8% chance. The 2010 Kidrobot Dunny Series was produced at a new facility with a re-designed mold. It has slightly different proportions than Dunny figures from previous series. Dunny figures are highly collectible, made in limited runs and are often hand-painted or assembled.
For sure he was a happy customer on this day... 

Tenacious Toys and NEMO Custom

Tenacious Toys and artist NEMO will be teaming up to auction off this 8" tall custom. All the money raised will go straight to Andy Heng of Toys R Evil, who recently suffered a stroke. This is actually a plaster piece: plaster was poured into that plastic shell that an 8" Dunny was packed in, inside the box. So it's flat on the back.

Angry Woebots for Converse (Red) Chuck Taylor @ KICKS/HI

KICKS/HI will release the Angry Woebots for Converse (Red) Chuck Taylor shoes on Saturday, October 23rd with a complimentary Woebots x KICKS/HI Tee in-store (Hawaii) through the weekend.  Phone orders will be accepted starting today Monday (10.25) @ 808.941.9191.  First come, first served.  Stay on your toes. Purchasing the shoe is a win-win, not only do you get a sweet pair of kicks but a portion of the proceeds go to (Red) which works to eliminate the scourge of AIDS in Africa.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Michael Lau x MINDstyle “The Godfather 2.0″ & “The Godfather Classic”

Michael Lau worked with MINDstyle to produce another set of toys inspired by The Godfather and officially licensed by Paramount. The Godfather original version 2.0 is featured in a white marionette version and is limited to 300 pieces worldwide. It will be available for the first time to fans and collectors in Asia and Europe. The Godfather Classic version is a seated interpretation of the Don and is limited to only 500 pieces.

Now Available at Spaghetti...

Luke Chueh – ‘Blood & Fuzz’ 8” Dunny

‘Blood & Fuzz’ 8” Dunny, Based on Luke’s popular Dunny 2009 design, Blood & Fuzz ups the bloody ante with a severed Dunny head accessory which carries on his ‘severed head’ tradition. Kidrobot will release Blood & Fuzz on Thursday October 14th.

Coming to Spaghetti soon....

Sunday, September 12, 2010

The NIGHT of the MOVE to Richmond -- by Trey Simpson

At approximately nine o’clock, Arlene inserted the key and unlocked the door to Spaghetti’s new location, and future success.  The smell of fresh paint mixed with anticipation, and excitement.  While it was obvious that the walls were newly stained white, potential quickly coated the room. 
                   I couldn’t help but grin as I assessed the lighting and layout of what would soon become the proper, and worthy home of Edger and Arlene’s “brain child”.  Spaghetti Project is a living, breathing thing, and here, in the heart of Richmond, it was obvious that it was going to thrive. 
Without hesitation, the three of us sprung into action like mechanized drones, beginning the process of unpacking and unloading.  Within ten minutes, we were joined by the infamous local Richmond DJ, Elliott Ness (or Elliott Burton, by those closest to him).  While I was anxious to go beyond casual introductions, and get Edgar and Elliott talking about potential future collaborations and opportunities, I knew we had a mission at hand.  Without missing a beat, (… get it? He’s a DJ…) Elliott jumped into the motion and began helping Edgar and I unload the U-Haul, which had been packed jelly tight before departing Fredericksburg, while Arlene began assembling shelving to at least temporarily hold boxes of untold goodies (you’ll have to come see for yourself to understand just how good they really are).
In what seemed like two shakes and a bake, the U-Haul was empty, and the four of us stood inside, enjoying the relief of modern air conditioning.  The moment I had been waiting for was finally at hand.  I knew, given the opportunity, Elliott and Edgar would hit it off.  Not just musically, but in terms of attitude, appreciation, and outlook.  Arlene and Edgar explained what I’m coining, The Spaghetti Movement was all about, while Elliott listened attentively and smiled.  Creativity flowed through the air as freely as words, igniting excitement on both sides.  By ten thirty, what I consider my Richmond Family had adopted two more members, and Spaghetti had enlisted two more soldiers, not just eager and willing, but eager and wanting to spread the word.  In the span of an afternoon and evening, the entity that is Spaghetti Project took off as if Lenny had loaned his wings.

Thank you Trey for all your support!!! --Spaghetti

Friday, September 10, 2010

All MOVED in :o)

Hello Richmond,

We are here!!!! looking forward to lots of fun and exciting adventures...
come by and say hello 321 Brook Road, Richmond, VA 23220 --
FYI - There is another 321 N. Adams Street which is up the block from us, we are located directly across from Ram Cat Alley Apartments...

See you soon....
Spaghetti Project

Thursday, September 2, 2010


Hello Spaghetti Family,

The anticipated move date had changed, we are currently loading up the U-Haul Truck today and moving to Richmond...

If everything falls into place like we hope, we will be open for business this weekend :o)

New Address:
321 Brook Road
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 643-8697

We are looking forward to making new friends and new contacts for networking what we love most -- "Spaghetti Project"...

We will update you once we are all moved in and post pics of the new digs...

Thanks for all your support!!!

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Moving Soon...

We hope you are having a great week :o)

Announcement: This decision did not come easy and we do appreciate our dedicated spaghetti family and we hope that you will understand and continue to support us:o) After careful consideration we have decided to move Spaghetti to Richmond,VA.

The move will be taking place in the next couple of weeks; our last day of business here in Fredericksburg, VA will be on Saturday September 11th...

We are looking to open our first day in Richmond, VA on Saturday September 18th, 12pm - 7pm,
Address is 321 Brook Road, we look forward to seeing you there...

Thanks for your continuous support,
Spaghetti Project

The Simpsons 10"

Poor Homer. Now you can really get the best of him by making him conform to your own, unique vision. This 10" DIY figure is finally available again after many long months of being off of the market. Available only while supplies last- this figure will not be reproduced.

Why you little...
America's most beloved cartoon patriarch looks great as a 10" Qee figure. Articulation at the head, arms, and legs make it easy to capture the humor of this technicolorful character.

Bart is prepared to face the Treehouse of Horror in his bone costume! 10" Bart Bone Qee

Friday, August 6, 2010

Kweenz Destroy -- New Tees at Spaghetti Project

Kweenz Destroy has linked up with French Goddess FAFI on this super limited edition T-shirt collabo!

Hot like fire...To be a well round graffiti writer you must have a striking throw up - so start with this one! You're sure to make a statement...

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Raje Toys LTD. Launches with Dr. Brain by Jim Freckingham

Raje Toys LTD. is a brand new British toy company that was just launched last November by Richard Emms, Adam Boreham, Jim Freckingham and Eddie Deighton. Their first limited edition figure, we just received in at Spaghetti Project, is Dr. Brain by Jim Freckingham.

There is two colorways with a production run of 450 pieces for the regular version (Yellow) and just 50 pieces for the chase (Black).

 Available NOW at Spaghetti...

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

"The Civil War and Our Founding Fathers" Custom Qee Show

Toy2R 15th Anniversary Qee Show -

Toy2R is celebrating their 15th anniversary of the Qee figure. As part of the year celebration, Spaghetti Project was asked to host a custom Qee show. This show will feature customized 8 inch Qee figures from 44 artists in theme of "The Civil War and Our Founding Fathers"

20% of the sale proceeds from these custom Qee figures will be donated to:
6861 Elm Street,Suite 2-A
McLean, VA 22101
(703) 734-6654

Stated Purpose: "to ensure that the children of deployed and severely injured Reserve and National Guard personnel can afford to participate in activities such as youth sports, fine arts and tutoring programs that are so important in their young lives during this stressful time."

Opening reception will take place on Saturday, July 10th from 5-11pm with some artists in attendance.
MUSIC provided by: DJ HELLS YEAH

The exhibit will open on Friday July 2nd and be on display through July 31st.

Installation by Hamilton Glass

Featured Artist:
Cope2, Burn 353, Bryan Collins, Lou Pimental, Brent Nolasco, Joe Simko, Chris B. Murray, ]Blokt[, Josh Taylor, Coreroc, Imani K. Brown, Travis Cain, Sergio Mancini, Tyler Coey, Task Oner, Valeri Gudell, Ian Ziobrowski, "Toy Factory (Sam De Buysscher)", Slic is Nutz, Mike Die, Melody Llewellyn, OneEightyOne, Scott Sketo, OsiRisORion, Nasty Neil, WuzOne , Deb Yarrington, Jason Castillo, Lisa Rae Hansen, Jenna Anderson, Toni Hitchcock, Arijit Das, Cita Sadeli Chelove, MikEyG, Greg Crawford, B.A.L.D, A Little Stranger, Colin Mohnacs, RAMPAGE TOYS, Jeremy Simmonds, Brandon Hill, Peter Chang, Daniel "R5" Barojas, SAM, Marcos A. Rivera

Friday, May 7, 2010

MISS-Adventures of Indian Pussy (Solo Exhibition)

Artistically Exclusive and Artistically Custom.

Imani K Brown (in.fa.mousIKB) is an emerging name in the urban arts industry. She is a Washington, DC native and 926a very well-rounded artist. Establishing herself as a tattoo artist in 2006, IKB created Artistic-Sole , an artistic entity committed to & inspired by wearable art. Though it encompasses everything from tattoos, to live art, customized toys and much more, Artistic Sole has gained a name best known for its custom hand painted kicks with a graffiti twist.

Since conception,IKB and Artistic Sole have released a limited edition line of custom sneakers, Art & Sole(ism), and celebrated its success with a public launch in 2008 with special guest, Bobbito Garcia. IKB has appeared on behalf of Artistic Sole in numerous editorials and projects including The DEFintion of Hip Hip, Acclaim Magazine, Highsnobette, Female Sneaker Fiend, Art Whino, SolSource, One Versus Many, The City of Ink, and DEKKA. The resume of exhibitions, event appearances, and upcoming projects are endless but if you’re local to the DMV, the team is sure you’ve been acquainted.

Currently, IKB is undergoing re-branding of the image of Artistic Sole which has led way to many projects. Of which involve group and solo exhibits, live sneaker exhibits, trunk shows, and much more. More importantly, the new spokeskitty and face of IKB and Artistic Sole, Indian Pussy, will be making special appearance today at Spaghetti Project.

DSC_0398Indian Pussy is the alter ego of IKB and is committed to providing some of the best imagery in street art inspired pieces, customized goodies, propaganda, AND tattoos! She, like IKB, is dedicating her livelihood to creating and artistically serving the people.

Music Provided by:  DJ RAGZ

Spaghetti Project
1025 Caroline Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Time: 7:00pm - 12:00am
Admission FREE
Refreshments Provided.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

"Urban Decay" A Carnival of Custom Vinyl and Lowbrow Art

An exhibition presented by the Workhouse Arts Center and Spaghetti Project of Downtown Fredericksburg.

Featured Artist:
Drew Storm Graham
Shawn Huddleston
Peter Chang
Brandon Hill
Gabriel Pons (Demonstrating)
Kenny Brown (Demonstrating)
Imani K. Brown (Demonstrating)
Jack Labadie (Demonstrating)
Jeremy Gann (Demonstrating)
Sean Donlon (Demonstrating)
James Walker (Demonstrating)
Jorge Guillen (Demonstrating)

Showcasing -- April 28th, 2010- May 9th, 2010

OPEN Reception Saturday May 1st from 7:00pm- 12:00am - with Refreshments Provided.

Location of reception:
9601 Ox Road
Lorton, VA 22079
Reception in Building W-16 Second Floor
Phone 703-584-2900

Live Music Provided by:
John Kaplan

What is Urban Decay?
Urban Decay is an exhibition that will feature 14 contemporary artists showcasing work in the form of skate decks, custom vinyl toys, sculpture, fine portraiture and beyond.
Five of these artists will be customizing vinyl art toys live at the event!
Urban Decay focuses on the aesthetic of urban low-brow art; an underground visual art movement that arose in the Los Angeles, California, area in the late 1970s. Lowbrow is a widespread populist art movement with origins in the underground comic world, punk music, hot-rod street culture, graffiti and other subcultures.
This type of art is also referred to as subculture art, pop- surrealism and often has an impish, sarcastic, and gleeful sense of humor attached to it.
So what is a Vinyl Art Toy?
Vinyl Art toys or “Designer toys” are terms used to describe toys and other collectibles that are produced in limited editions, (as few as 10 or as many as 2000 pieces) and created by artists and designers.
Designer toys are made of a variety of materials; ABS plastic and vinyl are most common, although wood, metal, and resin are occasionally used.
The term also encompasses plush, cloth and latex dolls. Creators of designer toys usually have backgrounds in graphic design, illustration or self-described low brow art.
Designer toys appeared in the 1990s by artist Michael Lau, who first created urban vinyl figures in Hong Kong, and are still in production today.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

"Beautify the Burg"

Announcing Fredericksburg's First Public Art Project
“Beautify the Burg”

Call for Entries

Open to all artists, working in acrylic, oil or mixed media.

The Fredericksburg Arts Commission, in conjunction with the Department of Economic Development, has initiated a Public Art Program.  Grants are offered through JumpstArt. Funds provided by the Economic Development Authority (EDA) will help underwrite art projects that can be enjoyed by the public in the City of Fredericksburg .

The first grant under this program has been awarded to the Downtown Retail Marketing (DRMI) for a painted fence project.  The fence, located on the 800 block of Caroline Street between Bangkok Cafe’ and Wally’s Ice Cream Shop, is owned by James Nikitakis.

This project seeks to showcase the fine art of Fredericksburg .  Six artists will be selected to paint the fence panels.  A $1000 honorarium will be paid to each artist chosen.

The application deadline is May 10, 2010
Completion deadline is June 21, 2010

Applications and prospectus may be found:


                                              The Richard Johnston Inn
                                                    711 Caroline Street
                                               Fredericksburg , VA 22401

                                                     Art First Gallery
                                                   824 Caroline Street
                                               Fredericksburg , VA 22401

Contact person: Pat Thalman

Saturday, April 3, 2010

TTK x Spaghetti Project "WHO IS TTK???" Art Show

"Who is TTK?" Since first bursting onto the scene in 2004 as a sneaker customizer, Mike "TTK" Harris has left everyone who has seen his work asking that question. His amazing accuracy with a paintbrush and his ability to transfer his imagination in vivid detail onto any canvas has gained TTK a worldwide following.
Growing up as a child in Jacksonville, Florida, art was an escape from the many hardships he had to endure. Coming from a lower middle class household, TTK had to deal with drug abuse and poverty all around him. At the age of 6, he saw the movie that would change his life. "Beat Street" introduced him to b-boys, graffiti and hip hop music and culture. The main character, Ramo had a huge influence on TTK, "I saw Beat Street in '85, '86 and Ramo was like, tag-gin' up the trains and it was amazing, this is what I want to do." It also showed him the connection between music, culture and art, and how they can be fused together.
TTK also cites comic books as one of his earliest influences, specifically comic book writer and illustrator Todd McFarlane. TTK explains, "Todd McFarlane was drawing Spider-Man back in the days...he just changed Spider-Man into his own character, made you forget everything before him..." He was also heavily influenced by his older cousin, whom he looked up to as a brother. TTK credits him as the first person to put a pencil in his hand and teach him how to draw.
Armed with a new found love for art and hip hop culture, Mike Harris transformed into "TTK". He drew, sketched and tagged on every surface he could find. He didn't receive formal art training until high school where he studied fine art and learned how to paint. After graduating and entering college, TTK's bright future was put on hold by the birth of his daughter. Needing a job so that he could properly support her, he joined the Navy. After working on a submarine everyday for 2 years, spending weeks and months at a time underwater, he was able to come home.
Upon returning in 2004 he was told about the new movement in the art and fashion world, sneaker customization. Being a huge sneaker collector already, this was perfect for him. After checking out what the current sneaker artists had to offer, he decided to try it out. TTK himself will admit himself that his first attempt did not work out too well, "I said man, I could do this and I can do it better...I went home did some research on what paints to use and the first (pair), straight up it was whack". Always humble and hardworking, TTK went back to the drawing board, researched the proper paints and materials to use and practiced, refining his craft. Eventually he created his own signature style, which is his affinity for combining colors that are not usually associated with each other, his ability to recreate any picture or photo with amazing detail, and a patented design he created that looks like a magnified fingerprint.
Since then TTK has won the Custom Kicks Showdown sponsored by Finish-line and Reebok, the Hartford, Connecticut division of the Funk Flex Sneaker Battle, and he was featured on the History Channel show, "The Works". He has traveled the country making appearances and displaying his work at various trade shows and has gained fans as far as South Korea, where he was also commissioned to work. He has done custom work for music artist Cormega, r&b soul singer Dwele, and Natalie aka the Floacist from the r&b group Floetry as well as special projects for Cornell University, Timberland, and clothing line Hood Prep. Summer of 2009 was his busiest yet.
TTK debuted as a canvas artist in his first official gallery show at Sole Food NYC. He also painted a mural at New York radio station Hot 97's annual summer concert Summer Jam June of that year, as well as a live art installation at the New York location of the Sneaker Pimps national tour.
Who is TTK? He is an artist, a brand, a movement. What's next for this rising star? Only the sky's the limit...

Spaghetti Project
1025 Caroline Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Saturday, April 17, 2010 
5:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday, March 26, 2010

"DECKALICIOUS" Skateboard Art Show - Featured Artist - Boards are for SALE!!!

Featured Artists:
Imani K. Brown of Artistic Sole; Creator of Indian Pussy - Washington, DC
Bryan Collins of Downtown Fort Collins, CO Studio at the Gallery Underground
Scott Sketo of Zephyr Tattoo Company- Richmond, VA
Charles Berger Artist from Washington, DC
Herberth Romero aka OneEightyOne-Artist from Northern VA
Slic Nutz - Artist, Addicted to Ink from White Plains, NY
Nelson Seda aka Chief69 - Graffiti Artist from Bronx, NY
Adam Henske aka Burn353-Graphic Designer from Litchfield, IL
Mike Die - Artist, Space Ship Builder from Staten Island, NY
Chris B. Murray - Artist, from Philadelphia, PA
Hamilton Glass - Illustration & Design from Philadelphia, PA
Melody Llewellyn aka melodreama - Artist from Toronto, Ontario, CA
Kelly Vetter - Artist from Jersey City, NJ
Sean Donlon - Artist from Lorton Arts Foundation
Drew Storm Graham - Artist from Washington, DC
"Installation and works by Peter Chang, Brandon Hill, Francisco Esteban of No Kings Collective" - Washington, DC