J.Led Goes to DCon

We’re gearing up for DesignerCon 2015 with some special new releases. DCon features an array of talent from collectable toys, designer goods, underground and pop art. It’s also a fantastic way to get a jump your holiday shopping while supporting local artists. We’re happy to announce that we will be there for the first time with a custom-built J.Led Booth!

Here’s what we’ve got cookin’:

Crazy-Catzilla, the last of the Fire-Cat figures will make its debut at DCon. This vibrant color variant is sure to stand out in any collection. Standing 10-inches tall this figure is a limited edition of only 75, and will be available from the J.Led booth at 12 noon on Saturday, Nov. 21. Can’t make it to DCon? Don’t fret, we are saving 45 Crazy-Catzillas for our webstore release Tuesday, Nov. 24 @ 8am Pacific Time. $115 USD.

We are also using DCon to serve up Joe’s latest giclee print “The Tourist.” Measuring in at 18×24” and a limited edition of just 50. Each archival print is signed by the artist, numbered and embossed. Get ‘em while they’re hot! $80 USD. http://store.joeledbetter.com/the-tourist

In addition to those exciting new releases, we’ve opened up the vault and will make available some vinyl toys and prints that have been long sold out. We also have a collection of Chaos Bunnies pins, magnets, books new stickers, and more surprises.

On top of all that J.Led goodness, be sure to check out the Prints on Wood booth #512. They will have some “Totem” print sculptures, a new J.Led T-Shirt, and giant installation designed by Joe himself.

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