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Garfield Fucking Rocks

03 December 2010, 14.31 | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 comment »

I will go on the record and say, I love me some fucking Garfield! As a kid, I had every single Garfield book and read them so much the covers would fall off. Although, I thought the movie that came out a couple of years ago was a piece of shit and horribly put together, this of course does not include the gorgeous Jennier Love Hewitt, you leave her alone, she did just fine. But, Garfield as a character is just awesome, who doesn’t love to just lie around all day watching TV, eat lasagna, pick-on & make-fun-of a cute, dumb dog and we all know when the camera’s not on, that’s not cat nip Garfield blazes. For the Spring 2011 season, my good friends over at The Hundreds have collaborated with the mastermind cat himself and their popular Adam Bomb comic character along with Garfield’s entire U.S. Acres crew on a plethora of merchandise from skateboards, coffee cups, beanies and t-shirts. (Check out photos for the collection and the bad-ass new Hundreds Pop-Up shop that is opening on December 9th here!)


To throw this collaboration onto the right cat walk they’re having a pop-up shop and art gallery opening next week in L.A. to display original works of art all dedicated to this special Fat Cat and his cast of rowdy friends, from a number of different artists. If you live in the L.A. area, go and check it out and eat some Lasagna. At least that’s what they better be serving in his honor.

Original works of art from Barry McGee, Claw Money, Mark Dean Veca, Dave Kinsey, Usugrow and many more. Jim Davis (creator of Garfield) will be on hand signing autographs from 8-10pm, and there will also be a limited edition print original print released that night, featuring Garfield and Adam Bomb. 

The Hundreds and Garfield Pop-Up Shop
416 Broadway
Santa Monica, CA 90401

Thursday, December 9th from 8-10 p.m.