Sunday, March 30, 2014
Friday, March 28, 2014
Disney movies come to life with the Gallery of Light Collection - a unique shadow-box which illuminates with the push of a button to show the miniature character scene inside. The result is stunning when you see it in person. Robert Olszewski created Jessica Rabbit at the Ink and Paint club, and this little Jessica Rabbit item packs a big punch. Get a good look at all the details with many up-close photos, found only on this site.
ImNotBad.com - A Jessica Rabbit Site: Jessica Rabbit Merchandise Review #26 - Olszewski Gallery of Light Figure
Thursday, March 27, 2014
The Author, Gary K. Wolf, has a small few of these to go around. Each is $50 plus postage. Once they are gone, they are gone! Don't hesitate - send an email over to email@example.com NOW to get your very own copy of the third novel from the Roger Rabbit series in paperback.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Check out the artwork Of Steve Huntsman. These fantastic portraits feature Disney characters like Maleficent, Jack Skellington, Snow White and Jessica Rabbit. The beautiful, bold colors make the characters appear to jump right off the canvas. You can see a lot more on his Facebook Page and find out which paintings are for sale.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
OskArt Dolls has created two of the most accurate and gorgeous one-of-a-kind Jessica Rabbit dolls out there. These dolls are complete with custom dresses and face details such as glitter eyeshadow and real lashes. Oskar has also created dolls of Jennifer Lopez, Elvira, Rupaul and Corpse Bride. Think you've seen it all when it comes to Jessica Rabbit customs - take a look at these two very different, very amazing, Jessica Rabbit doll customs.
Friday, March 21, 2014
Wendy Gell created the first ever Jessica Rabbit pins for Disney, offered through her own signature collection. Her sculpted pins were quite different from the flat cloisonné pins we know today, but she was the first to use crystals on Disney character pins – and the first to create a Jessica Rabbit series. She also pioneered the movement of putting characters in different costumes – something that is now very common with modern day pins. What was her experience like working at Disney? Which real-life Princess received a Jessica Rabbit pin? What was Disney’s opinion of the Jessica character? Find out more in this very in-depth interview, exclusive to ImNotBad.com.
ImNotBad.com - A Jessica Rabbit Site: Exclusive Jessica Rabbit Artist Interview - Wendy Gell
Thursday, March 20, 2014
"This pin is from a Piece of Disneyland® Resort History Pin Collection. This limited edition pin contains a piece of the purple spandex gloves worn by Jessica Rabbit in Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin. This unique pin features a glitter fill embellishment.
Please note: Wristbands will be issued in conjunction with this release. Wristband distribution guidelines will apply."
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Friday, March 14, 2014
During the opening of Disney's MGM Studios in 1989, Roger Rabbit had a great presence in the park. There was also quite a lot of merchandise from Who Framed Roger Rabbit - which always focused on Roger himself. Jessica Rabbit items were fewer back then. One such product were Pressers. These were small, clear sheets of image transfers that you could rub onto paper, a book or smooth surface. Jessica had her very own sheet of Pressers with an array of poses. Take a look at these cool images!
ImNotBad.com - A Jessica Rabbit Site: Jessica Rabbit Merchandise Review #37 - Pressers
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Jessica Rabbit fans are going to want to keep an eye peeled on Gary Wolf's blog. He's going to be showing us some of the images that inspired him to write Jessica's character, one of them being Tex Avery's Red Hot Riding Hood.
Gary Wolf's Blog: Toontown Through a Keyhole
Sunday, March 9, 2014
The Roger and Jessica Rabbit Magnetic Salt And Pepper Shakers by Westland Giftware was teased way back in February of 2013. The release was scheduled for summer, but these didn't start showing up for sale until around November. It was a long wait for anyone hoping to add this too their collection - or to their kitchen. Do these live up to expectation? Read on to find out!
Friday, March 7, 2014
There were few Jessica Rabbit collectibles I had not seen, and this pencil sharpener was one of them. This great Roger and Jessica Rabbit set was originally from Japan, and all these years later still looked fantastic when I found them. It's a bit of a different kind of collectible for Jessica, and while she might not be as voluptuous on this sharpener as she is in the film, it's still a fun item to add to the list of Jessica Rabbit merchandise. Read up on this rare piece:
ImNotBad.com - A Jessica Rabbit Site: Jessica Rabbit Merchandise Review #43 - Jessica And Roger Pencil Sharpeners