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Lost & Found – New Works by kaNO opens 05.16.14

April 30th, 2014

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myplasticheart presents Lost & Found, featuring new works by NY native kaNO. His new exhibition showcases a compilation of reclaimed objects, sampled and remixed for your visual pleasure. From obsolete items to everyday objects, kaNO takes you on a mixed medium ride as he redefines them into art pieces.

Please join us for the opening reception on May 16th from 6-9PM EDT at myplasticheart in the Lower East Side NYC. kaNO will be in attendance to chat and discuss his work. Refreshments will be served and DJ Chela will be spinning all night. The exhibition runs through June 15th.

Lost & Found – New Works by kaNO
Opening Reception Friday, May 16th, 2014 6 – 9pm,
Exhibition runs through June 15th, 2014

myplasticheart
210 Forsyth St.
NY, NY 10002
(646) 290-6866

www.kanokid.com
www.myplasticheart.com

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Spring Sale at myplasticheart!

April 28th, 2014

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It’s finally starting to feel like spring in New York City so what better way to start things off than with a sale! From now until May 1st get up to 50% off some of your favorite designer toys. There are over 100 items to choose from so take advantage of the savings. Want more? If you come by our shop in NYC we’re also offering a Buy 2 get 1 FREE on all blind boxes as well! Have a happy spring everyone!

myplasticheart Spring Sale (available online and in store)
In-store Special Buy 2 get 1 FREE Blind Boxes (full priced items only)

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Bedtime Bunnies myplasticheart edition

April 14th, 2014

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We are once again collaborating with NYC artist Peter Kato on a special edition of his new Bedtime Bunnies series. “Bedtime Bunnies are the sleepwalking, bunnieslipper wearing companions for those long nights of insomnia.” Each figure is handmade from a resin cast in Peter’s Brooklyn studio, and stands 3 inches in height. The myplasticheart edition features an assortment 4 pastel colors (yellow, pink, purple, and blue), each paired with complimentary colored slippers. In the spirit of Easter we are making this a “Bunny Hunt” with each figure blind bagged so everyone gets a surprise. There is also a special one-of-a-kind gold textured Bunny hidden for one lucky customer! The myplasticheart edition Bedtime Bunnies will be available starting Tuesday April 15th for $19.99 each.

Bedtime Bunnies myplasticheart edition

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Preview for Works Cited :: Evoker and Flying Fortress

April 10th, 2014

Today we’re previewing the artwork of Evoker and Flying Fortress for the upcoming Works Cited group exhibition opening this Friday, April 11 from 6 – 9pm. Evoker’s work is up first, and he grew up reading books based on cartoons and comics, which is evident in his stylized work. Oh yeah, he also loves skateboarding!

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fortress1Master of the spray can, Flying Fortress pays tribute to the character Jim Button by Michael Ende, a very popular writer from Germany.

Thanks to Evoker and Flying Fortress and thanks to you for checking out this preview!

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“Works Cited” Group Exhibition
Opens 6 – 9pm, Friday, April 11, 2014 at myplasticheart; Runs through May 11, 2014

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Preview for Works Cited :: Naoko Stoop and Paul Shih

April 9th, 2014

Today we’re previewing the work of Naoko Stoop and Paul Shih for the upcoming Works Cited group exhibition opening this Friday, April 11 from 6 – 9pm. Naoko’s work is up first, and is based on her book Red Knit Cap Girl, which was named one of The New York Times’ Best Illustrated Books in 2012.

About the work, Naoko says, “Living in New York City, it can be hard to see the beautiful night sky shining above the city lights. I was inspired to create this story after participating in Earth Hour, an event that encourages people to turn off the lights for an hour. Turning off the lights allowed me to sit quietly and appreciate the beautiful natural world and sky around me, beyond the light and noise of the city. No matter where we live, we can enjoy the beauty of the moon and stars shining above in the quiet darkness of the night, just like Red Knit Cap Girl and her friends.”

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paulshihCreator of the Doo Doo Diving app and New Zealand-based toy designer & artist Paul Shih’s work comes from his recollection of a Japanese folktale from his childhood.

Paul says: “My piece is inspired by Momotaro, a Japanese folk tale about a boy who was born from a giant peach, and his journey of fighting monsters in a distant island, where he met some new animal friends who helped Momotaro in his quest. It’s one of most unique and creative children’s stories I’ve read, and probably the most memorable one, as there are all sorts of products for it, I was really into it when I was a kid, remember saw the Momotaro movie, cartoon, played its own video game, and even till today I still check out its ever growing related products.”

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Thanks to Naoko Stoop and Paul Shih and thanks to you for checking out this preview!

If you’d like to see the full show before the opening, please email us at previewme@myplasticheart.com to be added to the preview list.

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“Works Cited” Group Exhibition
Opens 6 – 9pm, Friday, April 11, 2014 at myplasticheart; Runs through May 11, 2014

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