23 Dec
Luke Chueh x Pretty in Plastic feel your pain

I remember the first time I went to Wyoming as a kid with my dad, and they had Jackalope postcards everywhere. I was fascinated. What the hell was this amazing creature, and how come I’d never heard of it before? This fantastic hybrid looked like any ordinary rabbit, except it had deer-like horns on top […]


SKLO, also known as Sam Lo, is an artist out of Singapore who claims to comment on the world around her through the cues of everyday life. But of course, you say, seeing as we all have days filled with rabid stormtrooper attacks that ultimately reveal to be none other than Chief Chirpa. Come to think of it, […]


5 Aug
Combining elements of traditional Chinese painting with pop art

Jackie Tsai is a Shanghai-born and London-living mixed media artist who seems to have added flowers and bones, or at least their likeness, to the artist’s arsenal. Most known for his flower skull art done for the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen — whose many fashion bits you’ve seen around these parts before — Jackie Tsai’s detailed work combines […]


29 Jul
A 736 page tome on Il Divino's paintings, sculptures & buildings

With no need for introduction, the quintessential Renaissance man and one of the mostly widely acknowledged figures in all of art human history, it is not surprising that Taschen has collected Michelangelo’s life’s works and history into this massive 736 page book. Michelangelo, Complete Works contains a full biography full of lesser known biographic details and a four-part […]


19 May
Scottish sculptor's latest re-invention of the classic figurine

Jessica Harrison, a sculptor out of Scotland, has done another series involving the re-invention of the classic porcelain doll. But rather than blood and guts, this time it’s exquisitely rendered tattoos. Yes, perhaps tattoos have become so commonplace that they’re even coating Victorian Disney princesses now, too. Beautiful breakable dolls that are also tough-chick bad ass  […]


16 May
Limited run of only 10 pieces from the Hong Kong toymakers

Coarse Toys is an artist duo in a Hong Kong studio who have gained international recognition for their sculptures and lofty “themes of denial, betrayal and lies.” (Oh my!) In fact, their beautiful take on the buzzkill has been through these parts before, multiple times, perhaps best with the rabbit-suit wearing False Friends. Their most recent work is […]


18 Apr
Toy dissections & other creepery from Moist Productions

Jason Freeny, the man behind Moist Production, is a sculptor, designer, illustrator and mangler of all that is cuteness, and he has been seen around these parts before. With a professional history that made a brief pit stop in toy design years ago, it is no wonder that the subjects of his work are often directly […]


10 Apr
Jason Freeny x Mighty Jaxx's shell set to blow up ToyCon

Based on the original Skull Bomb sculpture created by Jason Freeny and produced by Mighty Jaxx, Collect and Display will be dropping the “Poison Edition” colorway exclusively at ToyCon UK on April 12th. The Poison sculpture stands at 7.5″ tall, is made of polystone, and is hand-painted in a toxic hue of orange with a yellow stripe. The limited-edition run […]