These are resin pieces sculpted, casted, and painted by DrilOne. They come with a very strong neodymium magnet or a pin back.
Look may vary as these are hand made. There is some that are open runs, Limited runs, and 1-offs/tests.
I have purchased 30 decommissioned Military bots from the U.S. and Russian governments. These are bots created by the Cris Rose factory in London. They were made as peaceful bots, but the U.S. needed to see if they could benefit the Military, of course to stay on top of the Cold war the Soviet Union order Sprogs(bots) to counter the U.S. ones. They ended up never seeing war. Most of them were used as target practice. There might be more in storage some where, but for now we only have 30. 7 are Soviet bots,10 are U.S. training bots (aqua colored), 12 are U.S. Military, and 1 is a rare Rotund Mk2 bot that the U.S. acquired to use in chemical warfare.
So on 02.21.12 they will be released at 12 noon Pacific time only at http://drilone.bigcartel.com/
so there is 29 sprogs and one chase Rotund. They will be blindboxed for $80 plus shipping. Anyone known as a flipper will get there money refunded.
So just in time for the Holidays you can get a painting by DrilOne. The paintings are 6″x6″ and 7.5″x7.5″ in a rusty frame. They are painted with Acrylic on a stretched canvas. It comes gift wrapped and blindboxed for $300. Just for the holidays it comes with a free custom toy (3″ Dunny, Pocket Kaiju, or something similar) and a small gas mask magnet. Also i will throw in random extras to make it a happier holiday. Pictured above are the 3 paintings, the frames vary from the photo.
They go on sale Monday 12 noon Pacific at my store – http://drilone.bigcartel.com/ for $300 plus shipping.
I was ask commissioned to customize a Leroy C. for Invisible Creature. I really like Leroy C., he is such a great character. Glad I was asked to paint one as I have been eying mine on the shelf.
Leroy C. was designed by Invisible Creature up in Northwestern Pacific and was produced by Super 7 in San Francisco. The vinyl toy was made in Japan.
Leroy C is available at Super7 – http://super7store.com/toys/leroy-c-2.html
Join us this Sunday as visiting curator Luna George (Crewest Gallery, Los Angeles) and Gallery Director, Alex Goldstein discuss how “Above the Radar II” came to be. Luna will discuss how she chose the artists and the message that she hopes to convey with this body–of–work. Alex will touch on the importance of the coast–to–coast collaboration. Both will discuss what street art means to local communities and how it has taken the art world by storm. This talk is open and free to the public.
This collaborative show will be on view from November 5 – December 3