Alisa Ross, crazy talented plush artist and wife of Donald “Scribe” Ross, recently had a solo show open at Windhorse Gallery in Kansas City. As an epic collaboration with her husband, she took Scribe’s mustached bunny character and made a costume out of it for her opening! The results are amazing! Below have a look at some images of the character in action.
We posted about this project in its early stages. See that post here.
Jeremyville and Buff Monster teamed up for a collaborative mural at the Ace Hotel in NYC on June 6 for Secret Walls, an epic art battle which has been brought around the world. They went up against advertising creatives Matt Egan BFG9000 and Gian Galang BBH. Each team took to their 6 ft x 10 ft canvases in a heated battle, but Jeremyville and Buff Monster came out on top in the end. Judges were Ron English, Carlo Mccormick and Stephen Bliss. This event was hosted by Bernstein & Andriulli an artist management agency and media consultancy in NYC.
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We might be able to expect a new Ice Cream Head from Buff Monster in the near future. He recently released the above image and noted that this ice cream skull figure will be coming soon. Below you’ll see the resin ice cream head pieces that made their debut at the Number of the Beast show this past April. These figures were sculpted by David Healey of Healeymade in NYC and quickly sold out.
In this Talk at Google, Andrew Bell discusses his artistic influences, progression as an artist, and utilizing the computer as an artistic tool. He also goes into detail about his work as a toy designer, including his involvement with myplasticheart. If you are interested in Andrew’s work or in the path an artist takes into toy design, then this is a must see.