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  • Celebrities in College - Our Dorm Art Picks

    It seems like each day more and more celebrities are heading back to the quad to hit the books! From California to New York, it’s becoming more common to see stars sipping lattes in the library, cramming for exams, and yes, decorating their new living spaces.

    While the Hollywood A-List might not be in need of “dorm art” per se, they still face the same challenges of regular undergrads in their need to furnish a small, temporary space to reflect their individual personalities. Luckily, Wheatpaste Art Collective has an awesome collection of dorm art specifically engineered for just such places!

    We’ve taken a few of the top stars enrolled in college today and paired them with our dorm art picks that we think they’d love to hang on their walls.

    Emma Watson (a.k.a. Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter movies) is shaking things up at Brown University in Rhode Island, and we figured that only the chic dorm art of noted fashion illustrator Izak Zenou would do for this English model/actress. Pictured above: Je Suis Fleur Canvas Wall Art

    Nathan Adrian made a splash at his Olympic debut in 2008 when his relay team won gold and repeated his dominating performance in 2012, winning gold and silver! He’s currently studying public health at Berkeley, and since he may not have a lot of time to consider his dorm art décor (between training, studying, and being all-around awesome), we’ve taken the liberty of selecting the Scuba Diving Wall Portal Decals by Martin Strmiska to A) make him feel at home in the water 24/7 and B) cover an entire wall in one fell swoop – leaving his mind free and clear to pursue… another Olympic medal perhaps?

    James Franco is no stranger to making the ladies swoon and the guys crunch their teeth with jealousy. He continues his quest to become the best looking, most ambitious, and smartest celebrity in Hollywood by graduating from the elite graduate film program at NYU AND the graduate fiction writing program at Columbia. He’s now pursuing a PhD at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut and we’re overwhelmed just reading about it. As a guy who seems to appreciate a higher level of thinking, we figured he’d dig “Do the Astral Plane” by Jesse Tise for his dorm art selection.

    Last but not least, Haley Joel Osment (best known for his role in The Sixth Sense) graduated from NYU in 2010, joining the ranks of elite alumni including author Howard Zinn, comedian Aziz Ansari, actress Anne Hathaway, director Spike Lee, actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, singer Lady Gaga… the list goes on. As a young actor who has been in the biz almost his entire life, we figure he’s got a lot to say about it, and what better way than with Tag Your Wall custom lettering as dorm art? Pebbles & Flow would surely bring a touch of California sunshine to the streets of NYC, so that’s our final pick for now.

    As we add more art to the ranks of our unique wall art collection, stay tuned for more dorm art picks from Wheatpaste!

  • San Diego Comic Con 2012

    Nerds and fanboys, rejoice! It’s the moooost wonderful time of the year – San Diego Comic Con has rolled around again!

    San Diego Comic Con is widely regarded as the end-all-be-all pop culture convention in the world, and the swarming crowds on Day 1 of the 2012 Con proved that the legacy is still holding strong. With around 180,000 visitors daily, San Diego Comic Con kicked things off with highly anticipated panels, exclusive releases, and of course the world famous costumes that will hit their peak during the Masquerade on Saturday, July 14. Cosplayers and superfans strutted their stuff down the exhibit halls, and ladies in TARDIS dresses (from Doctor Who) plus guys in Finn hats (Adventure Time) seemed to be the biggest costume presences at the Con so far.

    Kidrobot’s exclusive releases (Thursday was the Cyborg Labbit with signings by creator Kozik and artist Chuckboy) created a palpable excitement in the air, and with nearby booths like Super7, Poketo, and Munky King, the high 4000 booths quickly got swarmed with fans and collectors trying to snap up exclusive merchandise.

    Wheatpaste was stoked to connect with Colby (a.k.a ½ of Jolby & Friends) at the Poketo booth, where their new Adventure Time wallet was being shown – check out the EPICALLY RAD design here! You can snag Jolby’s exclusive stickable posters and other unique wall art from Wheatpaste here, but if you’re in town for San Diego Comic Con, be sure to stop by the Poketo booth for their signature artist wallets, plus super sick melamine plates, mousepads, and friendly faces!

    Day 2 is in full swing today, but there are still a few more days to check out the excitement. Couldn’t snag a ticket to this year’s San Diego Comic Con? Never fear, there’s PLENTY of outside activities going on for the Con that are easy to take advantage of all over central San Diego. Crowds not your thing? Just hop onto Wheatpaste’s online shop and peruse the collection of cartoon-themed fabric wall decals and canvas wall art to deck your room to nerdy perfection.


  • Mike and Tom Eat Snacks

    There’s more to college life than boring classes, snazzy dorm art, and end of semester parties. Snacks make up an integral part of the college experience, and how else could you get through cramming for that biology final without some tasty treats along the way?

    Luckily for us all, there’s a podcast that can help shape your snack schedule and guide you on the ultimate journey of treatdom – Mike and Tom Eat Snacks! The MATES podcast is Michael Ian Black (of Wet Hot American Summer fame) and Tom Cavanagh (Ed, the bowling alley lawyer – anyone?!) and together they have formed the ultimate voice in snacking today. From York Peppermint Patties to Chex Mix, no snack is safe once it’s been through the PER system. They pick. They eat. They rate. The snack is never the same.

    Just to mix things up on Mike and Tom Eat Snacks, every once in a while they’ll throw in the Wacko Snacko, in which listeners (referred to as viewers-who-aren’t-viewers) recommend unusual combinations like Keebler Cheese & Peanut Butter Crackers with Pepsi or Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa (episode 13) or Planters Mixed Nuts (not the wackiest, but still snacktastic!). Occasionally they’ll branch out from the standard Cheetos or Almond Joys to explore more cultural snacks, like Japanese Kit Kats or edamame. Really, there’s no limit to the snack insanity.

    MATES is recommended for college-age or above, and you can listen free on iTunes!

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