Item description for Aranzi Machine Gun: Volume 1 by Aranzi Aronzo & Anne Ishii...
What happens when the quirky critters created by Aranzi Aronzo get together and gallivant about town? Aranzi Machine Gun! Discover the world your favorite crafty characters inhabit; follow their adventures and enjoy every whimsical moment. Plus, each volume features new crafts presented by Miss Applique.
"The books are collectively called Aranzi Machine Gun, and they're part comic book, part craft book, and all the way CUTE. Why Machine Gun? Because, in the words of Aranzi Aronzo, “it's a massive assault of cuteness and ridiculousness.” " ....Seriously, the next time you're grumpy, or sad, or irritated, you need to pick up the Machine Gun. The comics involve all the adorable characters from The Cute Book, having deep conversations, and taking naps, and searching the world for other cute things.” — Craftypod
Aranzi Aronzo claims to be a Mexican-Japanese man and Norwegian Vietnamese-Indian man working at securities firms and playing the tambourine full time. All we really know about them however, is that they are actually two sisters who create mischief and fun through easy and fun crafts.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 5, 2007
ISBN 1932234721 ISBN13 9781932234725
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More About Aranzi Aronzo & Anne Ishii
Aranzi Aronzo claim variously to be a Mexican - Japanese man and Norwegian Vietnamese - Indian man, working at securities firms and playing the tambourine full- time. All we really know about them, however, is that they are actually two sisters who create mischief and fun through easy and cute crafts.
Reviews - What do customers think about Aranzi Machine Gun: Volume 1?
AMAZING Jun 25, 2008
I loved this book. I bought the Bad Book and looked for more of their products because I enjoyed it so much. This is very much in the same category. My type of humor. Definitely getting the other volumes!
A cute fun book! Apr 23, 2008
Which pattern do I like best? Miss Applique, Leaping Rabbit, Crab, flower, fish, deer, Eyelash bunny, or Unmotivated Kid? It was fun to decide which pattern to put on the following crafts: How to make a simple cushion and How to make a Pen Holder or Trash can. There are also lots of other idea inspiring photos like aprons and purses (no specific instructions for these but if you are a crafter you won't need more than an inspiring photo).
The cute comics inside were a treat!
This books is a great gift for your fellow crafter esp if you include a felt mascot or doll you made yourself!
Not a craft book Jun 14, 2007
Since there are a lot of people who buy Aranzi Aronzo for the crafts, I just want to mention that this is primarily not a craft book. There's exactly ONE project, toward the end, involving crafts (really, applique), so if you're looking for crafting projects, don't buy this. This is more of a really random picture book, with a small poster included in the front. If you liked The Bad Book, you'll like Machine Gun Vol 1. If you didn't like the Bad Book, avoid Machine Gun, it's just more of the same inanity. I love the complete randomness of these books (maybe I'm just fond of inanity), but I know plenty of people consider it a waste of time. "Mr. Sprite's Voyage Westward" is a super cute photographic journey of Kappa-chan. The binding is paperback and it's cut much smaller than the earlier Aranzi Aronzo counterparts, incidentally.