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DrilOne’s exhibition, “Empty World“, will showcase Dril’s signature style of distress and decay as he tackles his interpretation of a post-apocalyptic landscape. Utilizing his familiar forms of 3D signage, paintings, original sculpts, customized vinyl toys, and other mixed-medium assemblages, DrilOne offers up a glimpse of his view of a world gone dead.
Jason Limon’s exhibition, “Foretell“, is based on visions that can’t be seen by living human eyes. The paintings and ideas will portray our planet after we humans no longer live, but only remnants of us exist. Jason questions what will grow from us and around us. New creatures breath life into what we were and grow from what we left. Jason’s paintings will offer a glimpse of what’s to come through the foretelling eyes of afterlife.
Leecifer’s “Long Dogs“, presents the artist’s unique vision of the world unnoticed as customized vinyl toys, original sculpts, and paintings. Encountered as seemingly ordinary plants and animals hinting at an impossible intellect or ancient wisdom. Seen from the corner of your eye, a flash of golden scales is revealed to be but a Tabby’s fur; a serpentine shadow solidifies into one from a dachshund, improbable wings on a frog. Sometimes the glimpse becomes the knowing smile of a Boston Bulldog that, in passing, might have had catfish whiskers, or maybe even a turtle with too many heads. Or the sense that, even in times of harshest trial, there is a powerful presence shepherding and guiding you. This is the gift of a long dog. Possible dragons and unrecognized conduits of wonder and magic, hiding in plain sight.
Toy Art Gallery is very proud to present Blamo Toy’s 4th Annual Custom Show!
The Blamo Toys HUG Custom Show features the following artists:
Aleph Geddis (Blamo), Ardi Hermawan, Ayleen Gaspar (October Toys), Angry Woebots, Angie BabyVtec, Betso, Brent Nolasco, Brad Isdrab, Cliff Kirschner (Monstrehero), Chauskoskis, Cortlan Robertson (Blamo), Cody (Forgotten Saints), Chrystie Cappelli, Daniel Goffin, Dean Golez, Dave Correia, Dril One, Eric Frank (AFT), F+, Gary Ham, George Gaspar (October Toys), Fuller, Heather Hansen, Hints and Spices, Hugh Rose, Itokin Park, Jan Calleja, Jason Limon, Jay 222, Jan Hilmer, Johnathan Wayshack, Josh Mayhem, Joycelyn Marsh, Jryu, LASH, Leighton Kelly, Leecifer, Leslie Rainwatter, Lucien Shapiro, Luke Chueh, Marco Mejia, Monica Wallway, Mikie Graham (Blamo), Nathan Hamill, Noel Labelle, Ricardo Felix, Robert Bowen, Scott Tolleson, Sean Blay (Monstrehero), Scott Wilkowski, Spanky Stokes, Super Cooper, Shayne Maratea (Blamo), Spencer Hansen (Blamo), Triclops Studios, Task, Valley Dweller, We Kill You, Yosiell Lorenzo, and more!
From Blamo Toys:
This year we were able to invite over 60 artists, almost twice as many as previous years, and the quality and creativity of every piece stands out like never before. We are honored to be presenting this phenomenal lineup at TAG, the premier toy gallery in the nation. The combination of the artists, venue space and our beloved character, HUG, will definitely make this the most memorable show to date. There will be plenty o’ HUGS to go around! We hope to see you there.
Please join us, the Blamo Toys gang, and many of the featured artists on Saturday, December 15th from 7-10pm at Toy Art Gallery’s showroom located at 7571 Melrose Ave. Hollywood CA 90046.
The Blamo Toys HUG Custom Group Show runs through December 30th.
Don’t miss the opening of Gallery1988′s 2nd Annual Old School Video game Art Show, now dubbed Level 2, TOMORROW NIGHT (Friday, Oct. 26). This exhibit will feature artwork from almost 75 artists, all inspired by video games of yesteryear.
The opening reception will take place from 7-10pm at Gallery1988 Venice,
and the show will run through November 24th.
214 Pier Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Clutter Magazine proudly announces the very first group exhibition in our Beacon, NY location! For this inaugural Designer Toy show outing, we are partnering with Brutherford Industries to curate a show using the “Ice Scream Man” platform with a Día de los Muertos theme.
“Día del Helado Muerto,” a custom toy show using Brutherford’s Ice Scream Man platform, will have an opening reception on Saturday, November 10th at 6PM until 9PM and be available for viewing through January 5th, 2013 at The Clutter Gallery, 163 Main St., Beacon, NY 12508.
Participating artists include: Brown Magic Paint Co., Brutherford, Carson Catlin, Chauskoskis, David Ayllon, DrilOne, Frank Mysterio, Grimsheep, Honkeylips, J?RYU, JC Rivera, Josh Longo, Julie B. of Pretty in Plastic, Leecifer, Mark Nagata, Motorbot, Nathan Hamill, Plaseebo, Rsin, Scott Wilkowski, Spanky Stokes, Trust Pigs, Voltaire and many more!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Stranger Factory‘s annual Halloween group hoedown, Bewitching II, is back for another season of chills and thrills!
The traditions, folklore, costumes and nostalgia associated with All Hallow’s Eve are all strands that unite the Circus Posterus collective and Brandt and Kathie have called upon nearly 40 of their friends and peers — established and emerging, local and as far off as Japan — to interpret Halloween in their style.
More info at http://www.circusposterus.com/blog/?p=4306
You can bid on it here – http://r.ebay.com/aXuHI0
This has been months in the planning, i am so excited to announce our second Cavey plush show – Cavey’s American Cousins. I will be posting sneak peeks of the designs each Friday leading up to the show.
Join us for a one night only pop-up art show featuring Cavey’s designed by our friends in the States, made into one of a kind Caveys by Holly of A Little Stranger.
Cavey’s American Cousins is a unique show showcasing Cavey designs by US artists made into one-off plushes by Holly of A Little Stranger. Each plush is one of a kind and not to be repeated. They will be available to buy via 7-day auctions which begin on Saturday November 3rd and end on the night of the show!
We will also have exclusive prints designed for the show by the artists which will be available on the night.
Cavey designs by:
64 Colours x Beast Brothers x Camilla D’Errico x Chris Ryniak x DrillOne x Frank Kozik x Luke Chueh x Mochi Mochi x Onell Designs x Scott Tolleson x Sket One x Angry Woebots
Saturday November 10th. 8pm – Late.
The Cat and Fiddle Pub, 6530 West Sunset Blvd Hollywood, CA 90028, USA
Dunny Series 2011 artist Dril One is gearing up to his new solo show, “To A Life Consumed By Slow Decay” at Kidrobot Miami September 20. The SF based designer and customizer will be filling our South Beach store gallery with tons of freshly distressed toys and canvas. To A Life Of Slow Decay will open Thursday, September 20 from 6-8pm and will be on display through November 14.
Text from http://blog.kidrobot.com/to-a-life-consumed-by-slow-decay-solo-show-by-dril-one-at-krmia/
So unless you are showing up on Thursday the only other way to purchase something is either Emailing Kidrobot Miami email@example.com or by calling them at 305-673-5807 the Day after the show. Starting Friday!
638 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Entitled the “Boombox-tastic Custom Show,” Dollin has specially produced a limited number of non-working resin versions of his Lil’G platform for an amazing array of customizers and designers to reinterpret. These will go LIVE via our online store HERE tomorrow, June 13th at 12 Noon PST and will range in price from $150-$450. Help spread the word!!!
The “Boombox-tastic Custom Show” will be exclusively available online starting June 13th at SpankyStokes.com. Participating artists include: Abigale Bedwell, Alex Raveland, Ardabus Rubber, Chris Dyer, DrilOne, Jared Moraitis, Jasin Dollin, John”Spanky”Stokes, Josh Marlar, Slurg, Miss Zukie, MotorBot, Quiz71, Rsin, Ryon Xavior Smith, and Uncle.
MUNNYWORLD continues to rule San Francisco at Ford’s Go Further Pop Up Store Experience this Saturday, April 28 with live customizing by DrilOne, Leecifer,Yosiell Lorenzo, Jay222 and Daniel Fleres. The creativity will be flowing from 1-6pm as these 5 amazing artists will be working their magic on MUNNWORLD figures of all sizes. Then stick around for as the real party gets started from 7-10pm with refreshment, music and artist sketching and lots of amazing giveways.