Waaay back in August of 2011, the teasers for Abz' Zealot Guard started coming out. All we knew at the time was the 6 artists who'd be participating, that the figures would be gundam-like, and that they'd be awesome. When the series was finally released, awesome was just the beginning. Having a cohesive series like this, from such names in the game is a rare treat. Don't get me wrong, I do like it when a series calls on a number of artists and some of the customs take on another form, but there's something about the original design becoming the base, allowing for the artist's vision to do all the talking.
Seeing them all lined up, their form echoing each other is really cool, and I can't wait to have each one in my collection. Just a word of warning though, these require patience and the occasional deft touch. Other than that, all you'll need is a few sheets of paper and some glue, and you can have your very own army of awesome.
Get them HERE.
Monday, September 3, 2018 - 9:50pmFrom the farthest reaches of Outer Space, beyond the Gum Gum Galaxy and the Nougat Nebula, lies a planet of Magical Sparkle Glitter. Once a year the inhabitants of the tinsel covered shiny wonder that is Planet Rainbow Sparkle invade the Clutter Gallery.
Friday, May 12, 2017 - 9:41amClutter Gallery is proud to announce It Sees All, a solo show by Yu Maeda!!
Friday, February 19, 2016 - 4:02pmAren't you a little short to be a Gundam pilot? Korean model kit builder and customizer Kunho Noh has mashed up the two most iconic sci-fi series from the US and Japan for some badass robot action.