Ok all you 8-Ball Kickstarter backers out there the guys over at Radioactive Uppercut have revealed a very awesome photo. The first vinyl test pull has been accomplished, and from the looks of it it turned out great! We are really excited to see the finished product so hopefully it won’t be to much longer.
As part of the HUGE ‘Adelaide Fringe’ Festival, it’s “Around the World in 80 Toys”. The biggest Designer and Custom Toy Show ever held in Australia. Featuring 46 Artists from 13 Countries, The Toy Scene has been flung upon an unsuspecting public! The event comes to a close this Saturday March 8th but never fear you can now find some of the remaining pieces via their online HERE. Also, make sure to check out their Facebook page for the latest updates on the event.
The artist Mike Egan is preparing his piece for an upcoming show at Lindsay Gallery in Columbus, Ohio. This piece features Egan’s Bones character staring death in the face over one of his signature backgrounds. Look for more details on this show to be coming soon, once we learn more we will be sure to share.
Yesterday, Frank Kozik shared that soon we will be able to get his famous ‘Dead Che’ bust in beautiful Limoge porcelain. Right now there are not a whole lot of details on the release but if you have one of his prior porcelain busts you are going to want to get this one! For the latest info on this release make sure to follow Kozik HERE.
The customizer Gerrick Myers is working on an all new series of custom 3″ Dunnys for what looks to be a ‘Reaper’ series. While these are still in there early stages it is clear that this is going to be one cool custom series! While at this point details are sparse we suggest to keep up with the latest info on this series make sure to follow Myers HERE.
If you happen to be one of the few people that are not true Disney fans, then you may not understand the sheer agony that many are currently going through when seeing day after day of prints that they’ll have to fight for on Friday or on EBay. Yesterday we saw Lion King by Tom Whalen, Beauty and the Beast (standard and variant) by Martin Ansin, Peter Pan by JC Richard, Sword in the Stone by Rich Kelly, and Snow White by Anne Benjamin. The show is a matter of days away and there are only a handful of artists whose work has not been shown yet, but expect mouths to hit the floor.