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Running Eye New York City opens 06.05.15

Thursday, May 28th, 2015

Running-eye-cs5-1Legendary skate/surf artist JIM PHILLIPS collaborates with street wear brand Subcrewreact, artist Jahan Loh and art figure makers Mighty Jaxx to present his latest sculpture work, THE RUNNING EYE. Produced under the direct supervision of Jim himself over a period of 12 months, this limited edition art collectible will be released in New York City on 5th June 2015.

We have invited art and skate personalities who share the same respect towards Jim and his works, to contribute a unique custom Running Eye just for this event. Also available are some lifestyle items based on the Running Eye design, produced by SUBCREW, to commemorate the event.

Artist Roster:

Jim Phillips
Jimbo Phillips Graphix
Colby Phillips
Christian Hosoi
Steve Caballero
Jakuan Melendez of 360 Toy Group
Greg Rivera of Мишка
Ewokone ART
Buff Monster
Brian Flynn
David Flores
Spencer MAR Guilburt
Les Shettkoe
Brian Romero
Austin England
Mark Hoppus


Jim Phillips Running Eye – Launch In New York City
Opening Reception Friday, June 5th, 2015 6 – 9pm

Exhibition runs through June 15th, 2015

toy store & gallery

210 Forsyth St.

New York NY 10002


Thrashin’ Preview Mashup

Thursday, April 9th, 2015


The opening of Thrashin’ is this weekend, and since we’ve run out of time for the rest of the previews, here’s an eyeful of artwork to get you stoked for this Saturday!

Artwork influenced by 80’s skateboard graphics 

Opening Reception Saturday, April 11th, 2015 7 – 10pm

Exhibition runs through March 9th, 2015

Curated by Studio Miners
toy store & gallery

210 Forsyth St.

New York NY 10002


Thrashin’ Preview :: MSG

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015


Here’s a glimpse at the work of MSG for the Thrashin’ exhibit, opening this Saturday! He’s reworked the Santa Monica Airlines Natas Kaupas Kitten board. See the full work at the opening on April 11! Follow @enjoy.msg on Instagram to see what this Providence-based artist is working on!



Thrashin’ Preview :: Andy Foltz

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015


For the upcoming Thrashin’ exhibit, artist Andy Foltz went all out on this detailed work. Read about the artist’s inspiration below:

“When I was a young skate rat in the wilderness of North Carolina, the nearest cool spot to skate was a really sketchy narrow drainage ditch near Hanes Mall. It was maybe 10 feet wide between a rusty orange pond of stagnant run off water and a 5-10 foot drop to sharp chunks of broken concrete, jutting up from a disgusting pit of red mud. It was truly apocalyptic and extremely dangerous.

That didn’t stop my brother and I from walking a few miles to get there and skating until we were tired. We never got seriously injured at the ditch, but it was an all or nothing prospect. If you wrecked bad there, you were probably dead. The figure in the center represents that fork in the branches of the multiverse where instead of being careful, my lame attempt at a boneless spun into a whirling pentagram of broken limbs. Fate spins a capricious, apparently random wheel.

The apocalyptic setting matched the nuclear brinkmanship that reached a fevered pitch in the mid to late 1980s, and this was a persistent bogeyman while I grew up. The prospect of nuclear annihilation was both a nightmare and a fantasy. Games like Gamma World let us explore the positive potential of genetic mutations, and movies like Cherry 2000 and Damnation Alley were a lot of fun.

It was an intense time to be alive, like the life of a repo man. At the top of the painting hovers a glowing ’64 Malibu, cruising serenely over the chaos. If you can rise above the chaos, the jealous cowards, and society’s arms of control the view is really incredible.”

See this and so many other great pieces at the opening this Saturday!

Thrashin’ Preview :: EVOKER

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015


What’s better than a Pushead Zorlac Metallica graphic in insane neon green? Why, a Pushead Zorlac Metallica graphic in insane neon green that also glows in the dark, of course! This is Evoker’s take on a classic image for the upcoming Thrashin’ exhibit opening April 11 (that’s this Saturday!) from 7 -10pm. An edition of 14, this print has been hand screen printed by AntiDesigns and custom framed by the artist. Sick!