Posted by Devin October 25, 2011

Check out the clean wooden weapons of art destruction by collaborators Daniel Ting Chong & Jordan Metcalf. The project is called Fear.Less and is aimed at reducing the fear caused by these weapons in South Africa, both by criminals and the...

Posted by Nick October 24, 2011

Whoop! We gave you a heads up last week about the upcoming Toy Prince Custom Auction and here it is up live now on ebay! You can go direct to Clutter's items on ebay here or search "Clutter Toy Prince" on ebay.


Once again you can check out all the time...

Posted by Miranda October 21, 2011

Click for art have just released these awesome limited edition wing chairs with Kozyndan, Tokidoki and Zutto. Limited to 33 pieces they are priced at $1595, and are all hand numbered.



The chairs are 100% made in the UK by a company boasting over 65 years...

Posted by Devin October 20, 2011

Relatively cheap 3d printer hits the scene and the results look pretty good. The iModela by Roland is an interesting little machine, it cuts, bevels and shapes your 3d models and with a little finesse you have a perfect looking new custom toy. For a price tag of $977 its probably the most affordable 3d...

Posted by Nick October 20, 2011

I'm soo unbothered about KAWS at the moment I nearly didn't bother posting this, but i guess you have as much right as I do to experience my jaded view of the waning phenomena that is KAWS.

Most important to note is that it's KAWS artwork that i have a problem with at the moment rather than the KAWS x (insert licenced product here) figures, i like to see bonefide licensed work like the...


Posted by Nick October 20, 2011

If you checked out our video coverage of NYCC you'll have no doubt seen the stunning time lapse videos of custom Toy Prince figures painted by Skinner, Jon-Paul Kaiser and Angry Woebots. Anyway these bad boys will be going up for auction very very VERY soon!

So keep it tuned to Clutter if you want to bag one of these figures. As if the figure (limited to 20pcs) wasn't rare enough...

Posted by Nick October 20, 2011

Whoops nearly forgot to post this bad boy! Angry Woebots vs The Toy Prince from the Sunday at NYCC at the Clutter Booth

Posted by Devin October 19, 2011

Really digging these portraits by artist Carne Griffiths done in mixes of ink, tea, and alcohol. His work features a gorgeous mixture of translucent colors perfectly splashed in a mix of tea stain sepias and yellows which leak of the page. Flora and fauna intersperse perfectly with portraits of far away women. It's always amazing to me to see inks...

Posted by Nick October 18, 2011

We catch up with DTA winner Carl 'Muton' to talk about NYCC and the 'Muton' name origin



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