Whilst Geoff and Shakey and the guys were living it up with rum in LDN, the rest of the Clutter crew (me, nick and kirsty) took a trip down to Butlins Minehead for the ATP festival. We had a wicked time hanging out with Mad and Sket, and the dolbee Figure went down a storm. We were really surprised how well the exhibition was received considering it was a music festival, they lapped it up. Big thanks to Barry and Debbie for hooking us up with some VIP passes, and of course to mad and sket for letting us crash. Butlins is a crazy place, i have never experienced one before, so much fun. Shame that the weather wasn't better, but lucky it was all indoors!!
We got to see a few rocking bands too. Look out in the next issue for full coverage! More photos on flickr.com
Friday, February 19, 2016 - 11:56amIf you haven't picked up an 8" Sketracha Dunny yet, your procrastination may pay off. Sket One is now offering signed and numbered artist proofs of the spicy figure at only $5 more than the retail editions. There are 40 of each variant - full and empty - available.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016 - 4:58pmHere's a sight that will cause any completionist to drool in pleasure. Clothing brand Retro Assassin has shared their collection of Sket One Dunnys, including the mayo, mustard, ketchup, relish, and Sriracha variants.
Thursday, January 7, 2016 - 3:35pmIt’s Thursday, the day when the Internet takes a look back at the past. This week we’re featuring an oft-overlooked toy from a full decade ago: Sqwert, produced by Jamungo.