JC Lee, daughter of the legendary Stan Lee officially spotlights the “I ‘LOVE’ Stan” and Stan ‘LOVES” Me collectible campaign at Stan Lee’s Comic Con Los Angeles.
This follows the release of her book “Stan Lee’s Love Story” and the campaign continues the path of love for her father and family legacy.
“Because we all know Stan is all about the fans’ says JC Lee actress, artist and author, who is called his “greatest creation” by her beloved father Stan Lee. The “I ‘LOVE’ Stan” campaign will include a collectible T Shirt, Baseball Cap, and Stickers. JC say’s “It’s all about love, it’s that simple.”
Already a hit with the stars, attending talent The Black Eyed Peas, Dwayne Johnson “THE ROCK”, Comdiene Drew Carey, Pee Wee Herman aka Paul Reubens, Scott Bakula, Sabrina, The Teenage Witch Melissa Joan Hart, Maisie Richardson – Sellers of Legends of Tomorrow and Chloe Bennet the Inhuman herself will all receive a special edition T and have the opportunity to talk about how Stan Lee / characters have impacted their lives/ careers. The T-Shirt, Baseball Cap and Sticker line is a collaboration with Coronation Apparel, clothing originally inspired by street art/ graffiti artist.
“Loving Stan Lee as I do” inspired JC to create the “I LOVE Stan” collectible campaign and knowing how everyone else loves him JC just thought what fun! “It’s happy like the Comic Con’s and Stan and we need more happiness today.,” says JC Lee
The T-Shirt which “SOLD OUT” at Comic Con’s in San Diego, Palm Springs and San Francisco is a certain “must have” for any Comic Con goers this year in LA. Being Stan Lee’s hometown the campaign will be magnified to show without a doubt the LOVE for Stan Lee and as always Stan Lee will show the love for his fans.
The collectible T Shirts and Caps which has been available in limited quantities has already won over such Marvel stars as Kaley Cuco, Aisha Tyler, J.K. Simmons, Mark Ruffalo and TV’s Hulk Lou Ferrigno.
Certain to be the collectible memento of Los Angeles Comic Con 2017 order yours NOW as quantities are limited. Please visit ilovestanlee.com to view the complete line and come see at LA’s Comic Con http://www.stanleeslacomiccon.com October 27th – 29th booth #2149.
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Four months, three vehicles, my sister, her dog Buster and I, that was the Chasing Neon project. Together, with the support of 179 Kickstarter backers, we zigzagged across the United States for nearly 28,000 miles in search of vintage neon signs. The goal was simple: document more signs than I could count in various stages of restoration or disrepair, in hopes of promoting awareness, appreciation and preservation.
We started in a Winnebago I’d affectionately named Mini Winnie. By the time we’d traversed Nevada and driven into Utah, it became clear Winnie wasn’t fast enough to trek the mountainous terrain of the Pacific Northwest. We rented a car, and proceeded to put more than 5,000 miles on it over the next ten days. Let’s just say Wyoming is big, Montana is even bigger, and then there was Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
After returning the car rental… and spending more than an hour and $30 in quarters furiously vacuuming blonde dog hair from its black fabric interior… we drove Winnie home to California for her television debut with Good Day Sacramento. . When Cody walked out sporting a bow tie, I knew we were in good hands. After our TV spot the three of us set out again, this time in my sister’s car. Traveling in Winnie was a wonderfully romantic idea, but we needed speed, so we adapted. Our travels took us south, to Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. More signs to love and ogle, and skies that photographers dream about.
Texas was our first experience with adverse weather, and we were tied up in Dallas longer than expected waiting for the rain to pass. Thank heavens for gracious friends who don’t mind you staying a few days more. To avoid an incoming hurricane we went north to Maryland, and traveled the Northeast before heading south, and through parts of the Midwest. We spent a day in a hotel in North Bend, Indiana waiting again for rains and flash flooding to pass, before heading back south. The American Sign Museum in Cincinnati was a must, and after we arrived my sister joked she had to clean my drool off the floor. Charming, isn’t it. Somewhere in there was Florida and Georgia and Alabama, then Tennessee and Kentucky.. We finished with Route 66, a road I’ve dreamt about traveling in its entirety for years.
Four months wasn’t enough time to cover the country, but we certainly tried; my external hard drives bear the 15,000 photographs as proof. Months later, I’m still working my way through the images and finishing a book for my Kickstarter backers. Every photo I find is a memory, to share. People often ask me what is my favorite sign, or what was my favorite place to visit. It’s an impossible question, you can’t see 28,000 miles of our countryside and choose just one place.
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