Posted by Miranda May 12, 2017
Clutter Gallery Presents: It Sees All!
Clutter Gallery is proud to announce It Sees All, a solo show by Yu Maeda!!

Presented on the brick, the opening reception will be free to the public and take place on Saturday, May 13th from 6-9pm. Works will be available to purchase and will remain on display until June 2nd, 2017.

This show will feature custom toys and original paintings from the...

Posted by Miranda May 12, 2017
Clutter Gallery Presents: Stitched 2
Clutter Gallery is proud to announce Stitched 2, a group soft sculpture show curated by Lana Crooks and Melissa Sue Stanley!

The opening reception will be free to the public and take place on Saturday, May 13th from 6-9pm. Works will be available to purchase and will remain on display until June 2nd, 2017.

This show will feature pieces by a number of talented...

Posted by Miranda May 11, 2017
Are you ready for the OFFICIAL Five Points Festival Saturday night after party??? Well, it’s here, and it will blow your mind!!

Taking place at Bowlmore Lanes in Times Square, this playground of private bowling alleys, arcades, stages, and bars will play host to a bevy of amazing activities and events including

The Art of War

The...

Posted by kristina May 05, 2017
JFury & Playful Gorilla "Animal Instincts"

Opening this week at Mothership Art Gallery is Animal Instincts, a show featuring new works from JFury and Playful Gorilla! The show will show a combination of the two artists' cartoon styles together in a display of Voodoo Bunny, Gorilla, Pitbull, and Primate on several mediums showing off that "sometimes all we have left to fight the good fight is pure Animal Instincts."

The show...

Posted by kristina May 01, 2017
Rato Kim Sailor Cats

Every time I don’t think Rato Kim can top the cuteness that is Box Cat, there’s another release that makes me eat my words. Sailor Cats is a new series that will be available during ATC 2017 on May 3 through the 7, 2017. The colorways include a pink and yellow version of the toy complete with sailor style outfits. Even the...

Posted by Miranda April 28, 2017

We are super excited to announce that The 7th Annual Designer Toy Awards (DTAs), fueled by Lagunitas Brewing Company, will be hosted by Academy Award-nominated writer, director, producer and obsessive toy collector Morgan Spurlock!!

“I’m honored to emcee this year’s Designer Toy Awards,” said Spurlock. “I’ve spent my career putting...

Posted by kristina April 28, 2017
Fluffy House Not So Ordinary Bear

Sometimes even the cutest characters question their existence. Take Fluffy House’s Ordinary Bear-lately he’s been thinking me might be just “too ordinary” and is now on a mission to see if there’s more to his life.

This has lead to the release of Not So Ordinary Bear, a new set from Fluffy House that includes Ordinary Bear in a pastel blue scarf and a pink shirt that simply...

Posted by Miranda April 25, 2017
VOTING is now OPEN for the 7th Annual Designer Toy Awards!
Are you ready to get voting? It's your time to choose your favorites of 2016!!

Our nomination committees worked tirelessly to whittle down the 100’s of nominees into the top 9 for Panel Voted, and top 12 for Public voted awards. It's been a labor of love for the committees who have worked tirelessly to discuss daily, each entry and every category in depth! Believe us when we tell you...

Posted by kristina April 24, 2017
ToyCon UK 2017 T-Con The Toyconosaurus Variants

What’s better than a new variant of ToyCon UK’s mascot T-Con? Two different variants! This year for ToyCon UK there will be a different color on each convention day. Saturday there will be a yellow “Sunburst” T-Con and Sunday there will be a pastel-themed “Rainbow Virus” T-Con. Both versions are pretty fitting for spring considering their...

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