WEB EXCLUSIVE: ASK JIMMY
Hey pals! We are so excited to be bringing this back. Starting RIGHT NOW, we’re opening up our Tumblr Ask Box to collect your questions for a brand new edition of “Ask Jimmy.” That’s right, you submit your questions and we film Jimmy answering them for you on camera.
We’ll keep the topic open this time, so you can ask Jimmy a question about whatever your heart desires: the blue couch, his pre-show rituals, the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow…it’s totally up to you.
You have until Monday (4/22) to submit your question and we’ll release the finished video back here later that week!
So excited to hear your questions! Ask here: ASK JIMMY
More members of the Boy Meets World band getting back together. I’m so happy that Girl Meets World is happening. Michael Jacobs is taking Disney back to teaching kids life morals. It’s a beautiful thing because initiative like that can make the world a better place. People who are Boy Meets World fans know exactly what I mean.
Well done and congrats to the whole gang. Can’t wait for the new show!
THIS IS ALL WE CARE ABOUT IN LIFE.
The movie/tv/any piece of media we can think of trend for art shows has sort of got out of hand. 10 years ago, when Katie & I were being made fun of by who was considered the “father of low brow LA art” for being only pop culture group shows, we didn’t quite expect so many galleries to be doing the same thing at any point in our lives. And it is awesome, but also pretty ridiculous.
Speaking of ridiculous, the Joshua Budich poster above, commissioned by Katie & I, is happening because WE MADE HIM DO IT. We now want to see ridiculous things made, and thankfully we’re in the position to do just that. So this is just the start. For our 10 year anniversary next year, we will be holding an exhibition called “WE MADE THEM DO IT,” where we collaborate with artists and basically create art inspired by things you thought you’d never see. Because we all have guilty pleasures, and now it’s time to hang it on your wall.
The above print is a numbered edition of 100, 18 x 24 inches and only $30. And with the new sequel show just announced this week, what better time to celebrate Cory, Shawn and Topanga than now. Also, this whole screenprint thing is a real boys club. Let’s open it up.
You can purchase this screenprint here -