Aranzi Machine Gun

Aranzi Machine Gun Cover

Aranzi Machine Gun

Vol. 3

By Anne Ishii (Translator); Aranzi Aronzo (Manufactured by)

Vertical, Paperback, 9781932234749, 75pp.

Publication Date: September 25, 2007

Description
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.


About the Author
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.


Praise For Aranzi Machine Gun

"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