Check out Squid Kids Ink Booth #5150 At SDCC - Update

We checked back in with Nate Mitchell of Squid Kids Ink and found out how his newest line is currently a Kickstarter project, so you can join in on the So Analog fun now. Also they will be on display at Booth #5150 for you to get a sneak peek!


"So Analog is a brand I developed to bring life back into the long dead forms of technology that many of us grew up with. In my world, R.I.P. stands for Retro Inspired Products."

 As a result of interest from Sega at last years SDCC and a TON of hard work to follow, Nate would like to present Mega-Bit. Show your support at Kickstarter
So Analog Kickstarter - Sonic Goodness
What do you typically offer at your booth at SDCC?
I try to have a wide range of items at high and low prices. It's mostly gonna be So Analog 10-Doh! figures, Mini 10-Doh! Blind Boxes, Squib plush, artwork, and some T-shirts.

*Note we may have some info on SDCC exclusives soon ;)
Where do you find inspiration for your work?
I still get inspiration from the comics, video games, movies, and toys that I grew up with. Mostly stuff from the 80's and 90's.
What is your favorite work you have done?
The Storm Hawks and How to Train Your Dragon toys are my favorite toy lines that I did while working for someone else. My favorite personal work has to be my Squibs. They might not be as popular as my So Analog products, but it's something that is completely my own.

What other uses have people found for your designs?
I have seen a couple of tattoos, but those are only on friends. I haven't seen any strangers get them yet. I do sell DIY versions of my figures, so it's always cool to see how other people customize my figures.
What is your favorite autograph or collectable you’ve picked up at a convention?
I'm an action figure guy, so I always get something from Mattel and Hasbro. But, I also love picking up new art books/sketch books and meeting the artist I admire.
What is the best SDCC or convention moment you have had? 
My favorite part of the convention is meeting the people that like my stuff. It's the best when someone says that my stuff was on the top of their list of stuff to buy. Also, just seeing people's reactions to my stuff is very rewarding. SDCC is intense and can be overwhelming for attendees. So, to have someone stop at my small booth and then actually buy something is amazing.


Check out Squid Ink at www.squidkidsink.com and www.squidkidsink.bicartel.com.

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