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Argonaut Resins The 6th Prince book 2 The Ferals ! ! !

Argonaut Resins The 6th Prince book 2 The Ferals ! ! !

The 6th Prince Tuttz cat graphic novels are back with book two - The Ferals! 
Just like book one - Lost Cause, this second book is 68 pages with full color covers, black and white interiors in the 7 x 10 landscape format. There will also be all new 8.5 x 11 full color art print included with each book purchased.

Book two features a full on wild battle action flashback before Tuttz and his siblings head off on their epic space adventure to find and recover a lost artifact and worldly power source. 

Book two The Ferals will be available in the online store on Friday August 6th at 9pm Est. time for $12 (plus $5 for shipping and handling)  - argonautresins.bigcartel.com
Keep an eye on the Argonaut Resins blogsite for even more information - argonautsresin.blogspot.com 
If you have any questions about the series - email me at - argonautresins@gmail.com

Cats, witches and Demi-Gods battle for survival and supremacy when they cross paths in this spooky mythological space opera.
There are five graphic novels planned for this Tuttz cat series.

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The Octo-guy - Skin head edition Saturday 17th July ! ! !

The Octo-guy - Skin head edition Saturday 17th July ! ! !

These are a customised 3D print from a collaboration between @digitalhorseplay and @doctorplopz and painted by myself @rydiablo81. All on Instagram 
The piece is called The Octo-guy - Skin head edition, there are 4 in the edition and a chance to get the 1 x mini Dino figure chase when you buy one. My wife is going to put it into one of the 4 boxes randomly so that not even I know who will have it.
These are a 3 inch figure and are resin 3d printed and mainly airbrush painted and sealed by myself.
They will be released at https://www.etsy.com/shop/digitalhorseplay/ which is Digitalhorseplay's store. Each piece will be £50 (not sure of exact amount in $$ plus shipping. The time of the drop will be 9am PST / 5PM GMT on Saturday 17th July. This is not a preorder and all are ready to ship. 
I'd like you to use the name Rydiablo as me as the artist name please, unfortunately my Instagram was created a long time before this time of being a creative. 
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Release Axólotl by Camote Toys ! ! !

Release Axólotl by Camote Toys ! ! !

- Artwork name: Axólotl
- Description:
Handmade resin toy sculpture.
Painted with spray paint, acrylic paint and protective finishing.
Limited to 8 figures. Signed and numbered.
Poly-bagged and carded with original artwork.
Size: 5 x 7,5 x 21 cm / 2 x 3 x 8.25 in
- Artwork info: Legend tells that, during the creation of the Fifth Sun, the gods sacrificed themselves in Teotihuacan to give movement to the sun and the moon. However, one of them, Xólotl, Quetzalcóatl's twin brother, refused to take part in the ritual and decided to flee. To hide from Ehécatl, the wind god in charge of the sacrifice, he used his abilities as a nahualli to hide among cornfields and magueys, but he was discovered each time. Finally, he took his last form in the lakes as an axolotl, where he was captured and killed as a tribute to humanity.

The day has come for Axolotl, the water monster that embodies the god, to wake up and claim the offering for his sacrifice along with the other Latin American Kaijus.

- Artist name: Camote Toys
- Location: Argentina
- Online store: http://camotetoys.storenvy.com
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camote.toys/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camote.toys
- Sale info:
- $50 each figure
- Release date: July 8th, 2021
- Available at online store for pre-order. Production is in the final stage of sanding and painting. Estimated shipping date is end of July, 2021.
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The limited-edition GIGANTIC CRASH Hand Painted Resin Multiples by CRASH ! ! !

The limited-edition GIGANTIC CRASH Hand Painted Resin Multiples by CRASH ! ! !

Standing at a ridiculously awesome 16”, this resin art sculpture series is a first for legendary artist John Matos, aka ‘CRASH’, a Grafitti Pioneer from the Bronx.  With his cartoon and pop culture-inspired lines and curves, Crash brings new creative energy to this artistic space, throwing back to his childhood inspiration & favorite robot hero.

Each of these GIGANTIC CRASH! resin figures are hand-painted by CRASH and are limited to an edition of 5 pieces.

Each figure comes in a deluxe wood case and is priced at $5000 each. All pieces will be available at the party this Saturday.

 In honor of the legendary and iconic Graffiti artist Dondi White, Clutter is excited to be bringing you the first RESIN SCULPTURE ONLY release of the Air Dondi.

Standing at 12"x12"x4", the Air Dondi is cast in high impact resin and comes complete in a custom wooden box with a COA from Clutter and the Dondi White Estate. 

There are only 5 Pieces in this set, all of which will be available at the party this Saturday. Priced at $850 each.

Get ready to PARTY! 

Join us this Saturday, June 26th, from 12 pm - 6 pm, in NYC's Soho to celebrate two legendary artists, Crash & Dondi! 

Superchief Gallery, 99 Spring st, NYC, 10012.

We are excited to be bringing you resin multiples, merch, and more!

PLUS Crash will be in attendance.

AIR DONDI Clothing Capsule!

The limited-edition Air Dondi x Toy Mafia capsule collection will also be available at the party!

The Air Dondi Snapback: $40
The Air Dondi T-Shirt: $40
Dondi Burner T-Shirt: $40
The  Air Dondi Champion Crew: $80
The Air Dondi Champion Hoody: $100


About Dondi White:

Born in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn, Dondi was the youngest of five children. He was of African American and Italian American descent. He attended a Catholic school during his sophomore years. By 1975, East New York became an unstable region with racial tensions and social conflicts such as the prominence of gangs. In an interview with Zephyr, Dondi stated that he had joined several gangs in the 1970s to avoid being attacked. Anxious to leave high school behind, he earned his GED in 1984, took a job in a government office, and began to indulge his interest in graffiti.

Graffiti became a serious part of Dondi's life in the mid-1970s. He tagged using "NACO" and "DONDI", and worked on refining his style, gradually moving from simple tagging to building more elaborate pieces. Using the name Dondi (a version of his own name) was considered very risky at the time, as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the New York Police Department (NYPD) were trying to crack down on writers. In 1979, Dondi officially adopted his name when he painted a giant piece on the roof of his house.

He became a member of TOP crew (The Odd Partners) in 1977. In 1978, Dondi formed his own crew, named CIA (Crazy Inside Artists), which included other prominent artists such as his good friend DURO. For the next 20-odd years, Dondi became recognized as the stylistic standard, influencing generations of graffiti writers.

Dondi pioneered many of the styles and techniques still used by modern graffiti artists.[citation needed] Though he would often do wildstyle pieces for the benefit of other writers (like the famous 2MANY piece), he wanted the public to be able to read and enjoy his work, so he would focus on readable letters with intricate fills and characters.

His most famous work was Children of the Grave Parts 1, 2 and 3—three whole cars on the New York City Subway in the years 1978 through 1980. The name of the piece was taken from a Black Sabbath song. Journalist Martha Cooper filmed the final piece from start to finish. On this last piece, Dondi adopted the cartoon characters from the late Vaughn Bode. He later painted a version of Children of the Grave 3 in a studio.

He was the first graffiti artist to have a one-man show in the Netherlands and Germany, and his work is collected by European museums.

As attested by newspapers and magazines of the early 1980s, like People magazine he worked with the Fun Gallery and together with artists of the like of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lee Quinones, Keith Haring, ERO (Dominique Philbert), Rammellzee, Fab 5 Freddy, Futura 2000, Toxic, Zephyr, and others, he brought Graffiti art from the streets to art galleries, and museums of the United States, Europe, and Japan.

Dondi died on October 2, 1998.



About Crash:

Born John Matos in 1961, CRASH was raised in the Bronx, New York.  At the age of 13, he began following the older teens from his neighborhood to the train yards and began bombing.  Taking the name “CRASH” after he accidentally crashed the computer in his school, his name began appearing on trains circulating all throughout New York City.  By 1980, he began transitioning from train yards to galleries, he curated the ground-breaking "Graffiti Art Success for America" at Fashion MODA, launching the graffiti movement that has remained very active through today.  CRASH’s career took off and he saw instant popularity throughout Europe and America, and eventually Asia. 

CRASH has been part of numerous museum and gallery shows around the world focusing on Graffiti and Street Art, and has works in many permanent museum collections.  Visually iconic, he has partnered with many companies for projects including Absolut Vodka, Fender Guitars, SoBella Handbags, Levi’s, and most recently, Tumi luggage and Morphik.  He continues to work and show both locally and internationally.  He is the co-owner of contemporary art gallery WALLWORKS NEW YORK and the co-owner of Wallworks TWO, a locally driven retail boutique, both in The Bronx. 



About Clutter:

Clutter, established in 2004, is a portal to the global subculture community of Designer Toys and Underground Art. From festivals to art openings to pop-up events, we have our finger on the pulse of this diverse and welcoming community.  

As a Gallery, Clutter works closely with international artists to curate original shows and releases. Whether it's a high-end resin made in our New York fabrication studio, or collectible vinyl produced using one of our overseas manufacturing partners in China or Japan, Clutter puts love, hard work, and dedication into every piece we create.

With multiple events throughout the year, we are dedicated to providing the toy community with in-person gatherings and toy releases, all culminating with Clutters’ Five Points Festival and the Designer Toy Awards.  

And yes, sometimes we publish a magazine.


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Plastik Surgery Disasters: A "Toy" Show at Ghost Harbor Creative Saturday March 6th ! ! !

Plastik Surgery Disasters: A "Toy" Show at Ghost Harbor Creative Saturday March 6th ! ! !

Plastik Surgery Disasters: A "Toy" Show

Opens Saturday March 6th at Ghost Harbor Creative

Join us via LIVESTREAM for the opening night of Plastik Surgery Disasters! Asbury Park’s first all-toy art show! Presented by New Jersey artist Ian Beatty, this bootleg toy show features pieces from more than 20 custom toy artists from around the country. Pieces will be available for purchase following the LIVESTREAM at 6PM. The show will be up at Ghost Harbor Creative through April 1st.

Plastik Surgery Disasters was born out of respect for the artists mainly. The quarantine really shut down almost all forms of 'shows and cons' that a lot of our friends and fellow makers couldn't table at or show work at. Money/or at least in person sales that would usually be a sure bet, were lost during the year of 2020. I wanted to give some artists a chance to show what they've been cooking during lockdown and a possible shot at reclaiming some of those lost sales.

I've never curated a show before so this was a completely new endeavor for me. Was it tedious work? Yes. Was it nerve wracking? Absolutely, but I enjoyed every second of it.

The other end was helping caroline at Ghost Harbor Creative bring in some traffic. She has been so welcoming to us since the pandemic hit and I wanted to be able to create a show that would allow me to possibly put a donation in her hand at the end of the event.

This is only the beginning as I have had many other artists sending me messages about wanting to hop on the next edition. Hopefully by this time next year we can have a full gallery of people and artists celebrating together.



Info about the gallery:

Ghost Harbor Creative, officially opened in September 2020, is an intimate gallery and performance space in downtown Asbury Park, New Jersey celebrating local visual, literary, and performing artists. As a nonprofit, our mission is to support, cultivate, and sustain the local creative community through art exhibitions, book and 'zine launches, poetry readings/workshops, music performances, and other unique programming.


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Kool-LUV and Baby Got Bling Surprise Drop by Fettup and Big C

Kool-LUV and Baby Got Bling Surprise Drop by Fettup and Big C

Surprise drop alert!  Fettup Toys and Big C are teaming up again, for a special Valentine's day Boba Fatts (Baby Fatts) drop.  You can choose between Kool-LUV and Baby Got Bling, for $100 each. Or you can choose both, and get free shipping. Available NOW at Fettuptoys.storenvy.com

Preorders will stay up through Valentine's day. All pieces will be made to order, and will be shipped 7-10 business daysafter Valentine's Day.


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The Glass Jaw Saturday, February 13th, at 2:30 pm EST ! ! !

The Glass Jaw Saturday, February 13th, at 2:30 pm EST ! ! !

Clutter will be a part of the Unboxed Festival! 

From the mind of Pop-surrealist master, Ron English emerges his latest twist on reality!

Weighing in at a whopping 8 lbs, standing tall at 11 inches, cast from solid high-impact resin, for the first time in the world, see a full-size brain cast inside of a perfectly recreated boxing glove... The Glass Jaw! 

Each Glass Jaw is a double-cast hand-made piece of art, created in NY by Clutter. Every Glass Jaw comes in a special wooden box with a COA, and is signed by Ron English.

Limited to just 10 pc worldwide, these are priced at $1750 each.

And the Glass Jaw Glows In The Dark!

About Ron English:

One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, Ron English has bombed the global landscape with unforgettable images, on the street, in museums, in movies, books and television. English coined the term POPaganda to describe his signature mash-up of high and low cultural touchstones, from superhero mythology to totems of art history, populated with his vast and constantly growing arsenal of original characters, including MC Supersized, the obese fast-food mascot featured in the hit movie “Supersize Me,” and Abraham Obama, the fusion of America’s 16th and 44th Presidents, an image widely discussed in the media as directly impacting the 2008 election. Other characters carousing through English’s art, in paintings, billboards, and sculpture include three-eyed rabbits, udderly delicious cowgirls and grinning skulls, blending stunning visuals with the bitingly humorous undertones of America’s Premier Pop Iconoclast.

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NEW WORK by JCORP 'what will you see when you truly gaze within?' at MOYO Gallery Friday, February 12th at 9 PM EST ! ! !

NEW WORK by JCORP 'what will you see when you truly gaze within?' at MOYO Gallery Friday, February 12th at 9 PM EST ! ! !


'what will you see when you truly gaze within?'

Custom Resin Toy by Sank Toys

Dimensions: 6 x 3.5 x 3 in

Price: $480.00

Available Friday, February 12th 9PM EST at MOYO Gallery Online


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Plaseebo “ROBOT TANK-X” Lottery is open now through Saturday December 5th ! ! !

Plaseebo “ROBOT TANK-X” Lottery is open now through Saturday December 5th ! ! !

The “ROBOT TANK-X” is a one of a kind hand cast resin Plaseebo custom. He has clear red inset eyes and is illuminated from within by a switched color-changing LED unit mounted in the base with replaceable batteries. Painted with Monster Kolor sprays and signed by Bob.
USD $250. + $20. for US shipping OR $65. for world-wide shipping.
To enter lottery, please send the following to:   bob@plaseebo.net 
1.  Name
2.  Shipping Address 
3.  Country
4.  Telephone Number
5.  PayPal Email Address
6.  Instagram ID
Lottery winner will receive a notification email by Sunday December 6th. The figure will ship from the USA upon receipt of payment due by Monday December 7th.


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Win a FREE Pluteus ! ! !

Win a FREE Pluteus ! ! !

6Forest, a fine art company based in Spain, is giving away 2 versions of the last remaining, highly sought after, Pluteus!

Follow these simple steps to participate:
Go to https://6forest.com/raffle-2020/ to sign up for the giveaway. You may be able to win one of the two versions they are giving away. Pluteus full color and Pluteus Blank, to be painted on your own later.

Pluteus is the first character in the «Hangover Ghosts» series created by Spanish artist “Zeptiror”, who is currently designing the second character in the series. If you’ve been to Madrid you’ve probably seen some of his iconic Graffiti all over the city, you may have played some of the video games he has collaborated on or even seen his artworks exhibited in New York. The success of his first and bestselling 6Forest Art Toy is, therefore, no surprise.

Art Toy Details.

Name: Pluteus.
Material: Resin.
Paint: Acrylic Paint – Hand Painted. Finish: 2K satin varnish.
Height: 8.6 inches / 22.5 cm. Weight: 650gr.
Edition: 200 Units.
Don’t miss out on your very own Pluteus, sign up for the giveaway now!

The winner will be announced on Monday, December 14.


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Sank Toys Backpack Boy - Spectrum Series - Pink Light PREORDER Now ! ! !

Sank Toys Backpack Boy - Spectrum Series - Pink Light PREORDER Now ! ! !

PREORDER NOW: https://www.tenacioustoys.com/collections/sank-toys/products/backpack-boy-spectrum-series-light-pink-edition-resin-figure-by-sank-toys

  • PREORDER ships December 2020 / Jan 2021

    Backpack Boy Spectrum Series Light Pink Edition resin figure by Sank Toys

    • Size: 16.5 cm (6.5inches) tall
    • Material :resin
    • Limited to 499 pieces
    • Backpack attached by magnet
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Mictlantecuhtli, Lord of the Underworld and Death by Ek Ocelotl

Mictlantecuhtli, Lord of the Underworld and Death by Ek Ocelotl

A representation of Mictlantecuhtli, the Lord of the underworld and death of the Mexica (Aztec) mythology is the first art toy by Ek Ocelotl. They are passionate about their prehispanic culture and want the name of the Aztec gods to be known throughout the planet.

3 different editions are available, all made from resin! 

With a finish that looks like a stone sculpture carved by the mexica themselves. It has a real obsidian on the chest! An element of great ritual importance for the Mexica. They believed that obsidian was created at the moment a lightning struck the earth, thus  costituting the union between the earthly and the divine.

Available in Orange, Pink, and Green, for the lovers of the iconic colorful and vibrant art toy style. They look awesome under black light! (UV Light).

With a classic DIY style, mainly tought for all those who enjoy intervening and painting their own pieces.

All these and other rewards are available through a Kickstarter campaign running from November the 2nd, 2020 to December the 2nd, 2020. You can find the campaign here: 


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