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or even sushi…
we hope you are having an awesome holiday and are looking forward to the new year!
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If you missed the book and print signing we had for Amazing Everything: the art of Scott C. well then you might not be hip to the fact we have a bunch of awesome Scott C. giclee prints in stock! Scott’s humor really shines through in these fun prints. A great gift for a friend, a loved one, or yourself!
With just a few days left until Christmas, here’s some customs from this season and Christmases gone by…
The Three Xmas bears created by Red Mutuca Studios, a collective focused on developing characters in resin and vinyl and customizing platform toys:
Customs by Bryan Lopez aka B.A.L.D. from California:
Leecifer completely decked the halls back in 2008:
We love looking at art toy collections in other people’s spaces! Today we’ll be taking a peek at the work space collection of Wendy from Merry Happy Studios (aka Dee87) in NYC. She is a graphic designer who works on book design during the day and creates her own characters at night. About her collection she says, “As you can see in the pictures, the books have become architecture for my toys. I’m a big be@rbrick collector and a fan of blind boxes!”
Thanks, Wendy! If you have a toy collection you’d like to share, email me with a request.
Yesterday, I talked about the MaNY project, and today I wanted to bring your attention to ArtUp, a community art program under FABNYC that has worked in collaboration with MaNY. ArtUp is focusing on bringing public artwork to the Lower East Side, with four art locations, it is quickly gaining speed in the art community. These locales include scaffolding on E. 4th St. between Bowery & Second Ave, the Fab Cafe (just across from the scaffolding), nearby construction containers (mentioned in yesterday’s post) and Artists’ Alley at Extra Place behind the former CBGB’s. Artist’s Alley recently saw the work of Abe Lincoln Jr., Jon Burgerman and Ellis G. for the inaugural public art exhibit, Groundbreak, which will rotate regularly. For more information about ArtUp and the locations of these public art projects, have a look at the video below.