Posted by specialK December 11, 2012

Celebrate the end of the world with Dust's new "Dark Maya"  figure! Set for release on December 12, 2012, Dark Maya picks up where the Mayan calendar ends. At least that's what the History Channel says! The figure will make it's debut at Dust's solo exhibit (also titled Dark Maya) at 44309 Streetart Gallery in Dortmond, Gemany. Dust continues his lost spirit of past cultures theme with this new Dark Maya figure and exhibit. Dark Maya stands at 14cm (5.5") & is limited to 100 pieces in three colorways; black, white and jade. The Dark Maya black is limited to 30, white 30, and the jade 40. There are 40 jade stands available as well. As with all of his figures, Dark Maya is hand crafted and hand painted by the artist. While the Dark Maya series will be released at the exhibit, pre-orders are possible through Dust himself. Just contact him right here on his website. 

Along side of the new figure, Dust's solo exhibit "Dark Maya" will feature a mini series of 45 new paintings in addition to larger paintings and the dry etchings we featured here at Clutter.  Dust's "Dark Maya" exhibit will run from from 12/12/12 through 1/27/13 at the Streetart Gallery in Dortmond. Opening reception will be held 7 - 11pm.  

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