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Toys, art and Shatner highlight this design studio Shelf Porn

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Toys, art and Shatner highlight this design studio Shelf Porn

Hello and welcome once again to Shelf Porn, where fans send us pictures of their collections. Today’s shelves come from Kevin Brennan, who shows us the interior of Build Studio in Calgary, which is decorated with toys, graphic novels and more.

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And now let’s hear from Kevin …

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My name is Kevin Brennan and I run a small, two-person design studio out of my home in Calgary, Alberta called Build Studio. It’s been a great excuse to decorate our work space with the things we love: comic books, Lego, movies, TV and the Calgary Flames. It’s not as large a collection as some of the others featured on Shelf Porn, but we like it and it’s easy enough to dust.

Here are a few details about some of the less obvious pieces in the collection:

The five prints above the shelves are from an etsy shop by artist Jan Skácelík.

Comic spinner rack full of graphics novels and trades. A Yoda vs. Hulk poster that was used as a recruitment poster for Industrial Light and Magic.

Lego mug for coffee and a shot of where I spend too much of my time.

L – R: Lego R2D2, Astro Boy, Comic Book Guy bobblehead, Darth Vader, Lego VW Van, Whaleboy, Staypuft, USS Enterprise, Galactus, Iron Giant and Magneto paperclip holder helmet.

Tony Harris preliminary cover from Starman #28.

Wedding gift from a friend is a commissioned Spider-man homage by Fred Hembeck.

L – R: Chewbacca bobblehead, Lanny MacDonald booblehead, Keaton Batman figure, Back to the Future III Delorean, Jarome Iginla bobble head, Slinky, Mike Vernon bobble head and Dexter action figure

The Supermen print is by Jason Palmer.

The William Shatner print is by Nick Dewar and was purchased at The Shatner Show at Uppercase Gallery.

The shelf facing the desks features Scabbers the hamster (named by our 4 year old) and a bunch of graphic novels, trades and books.

Death sketch by Chris Bachalo. Bone statue by Bowen Designs. An old Polaroid camera of my wife’s parents. A shell from WWI I inherited from a family member. World’s Finest #142, the first appearance of Composite Superman.

Close-up of the trades and books.

Close-up of the trades and books.

And that’s it. Hope you enjoyed our shelf porn.

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