New toy in the works..
Mr. Pumfrey and his Astounding Mechanised Perambulator.
From Munky King.
New toy in the works..
Stephan LePodd in his Sunday Best colours (matching the original toy release) will be available as a pin badge in a numbered edition of 100 pieces direct from my online store on the 5th June. (Going on sale at 6pm UK time).
1″ across, enamelled finish and antiqued Brass. Each pin is etched with its number on the rear and comes carded and bagged.
£6 ( approx $10) each.
Shipping worldwide whilst stocks last.
Voting is now OPEN in the 2013 Designer Toy Awards..
Support your favorite artists and toy companies by popping over to the voting site and having your say.
And as an FYI, yours truly has been nominated in these categories : Best Vinyl, Outstanding Production, Fan Favorite, Artist of the Year.
You can vote in each section ONCE every 24 hours until July 1st..
Give it a go.
The forth colourway of Bella DeLaMere is upon us.
The Midnight Tryst edition, in deep blue, pitch black and starry silver is available to pre-order now from Collect and Display who have her as their store exclusive.. ( 150 pieces available.)
She is also available now as a pre-order for Arts Unknown club members only direct from the Arts Unknown website.. (100 pieces available).
Bradley plays with emotions.
He manipulates them to his own ends, mixing pleasure with regret, Inspiration with fear and joy with disappointment.
He mixes and blends emotional cocktails looking for something unexpected and interesting. he sometimes gets the blues, but only in bottled form.
Vinyl, Epoxy, Brass, Lead, Wood, Vintage glass lab flasks.
Mounted on a wooden shelf display.
Figure 7.5″ tall.
Display 16″ wide by 14″ tall
Part of the “Oddfellows” show at Stranger Factory.
Where there’s muck there’s Brass.. Or so the saying goes. It proved true for Erasmus. Mistaken for dead and ejected to a scrap heap, he slowly recovered and began to rebuild his broken body from that lay around him. Exchanging his steam drive for a clockwork one allowed him to go without fuel and cut another tie to his dependence on society. He dropped out for a while, scavenging the heaps, organising and cataloguing. Then he returned with a new and successful venture. Forging an innovative line in reclaimation yards which became a new trend among the middle classes.
ABS, Vinyl, Epoxy, Steel, Lead, Rubber, Found Objects, Vintage Brass Winding Key. On a vintage gilded wood and velvet base.10″ tall.
Part of the “Oddfellows” Show at Stranger Factory.
The crowning glory of the current “Oddfellows” show at Stranger Factory is the collaborative sculpture between myself and the astonishingly talented Chet Zar. A tower of robot and monster goodness. Who controls who in this mash up of metal, bone and flesh. The piece took many months to complete with parts going back and forth across continents. The final result is a probably never to be repeated, surreal bio-mechanical wonder. The whole thing stands some 21″ tall in case you were wondering just how big it was.
It was a real pleasure and privilege to be able to work with Chet on this project. The results are even better than I could have hoped for.
Betting agents and insider dealers.
If it were not for their mismatching taste in fancy waistcoats no-one would be able to tell them apart.
ABS, Epoxy, Steel, Lead, Rubber, Vintage Brass Winding Key. 9″ tall.
Available from the Stranger Factory in the “Oddfellows” show.
The new science of Photography heralds a fresh artistic era.
One in which the everyman can create images as beautiful as any trained painter.
Why hire a professional when with the simple application of basic equipment anyone can take their own pictures.
A popular idea not shared by Tiberius.
Anyone may be able to click off a few snap shots. But it takes great skill to make truly great images.
Just dont get him started on the advantages of photographs over paintings.
Vinyl, ABS, Epoxy, Lead, Brass, Copper, Rubber, Paper, Aluminium, Found objects and Vintage Draughtsman’s instruments. On a vintage wooden base. (Comes with 33 small faux vintage photographs).
In the “Oddfellows” show at Stranger Factory.