Posted by Erica January 10, 2013

Clutter Magazine proudly announces a new, multi-artist Designer Toy exhibition at our Beacon, NY location!"The (In)action Figure Show," a group art toy custom show focused on elevating the traditional action figure form, will have it's opening reception this Saturday, January 12th, 2013 from 6pm until 9pm at The Clutter Gallery, 163 Main St., Beacon, NY 12508.

Participating artists include: 2bitHACK, 4 the Luv of Toyz NY (Cash Cannon), BigManToys, Brutherford, ButcherBrand, Danny Frankenstein, The Disarticulators (Tru:Tek, Zectron & BigManToys), Eric Nilla, From the Styx Toys, Fuei Shokai, Galaxxor (Ben Spencer), Josh Longo, Healeymade, Killer Bootlegs, L'amour Supreme, ManOrMonster?, MonsterPants, October Toys, Ron English, Scott Wilkowski x Sucklord and Triclops Studio.

And debuting for sale at the event will be… The "Suckadelic Suckpax" Limited Edition Screen Print!! 


The infamous Sucklord has once again teamed-up with Clutter, bringing you the "Suckadelic Suckpax" limited edition, four-color, screen print. The Suckadelic Suckpax print will make it's debut at the Clutter Gallery (In)Action Figure Show taking place this Saturday. 

Embracing the retro design of trading card wax packaging straight out of the '80s, this colorful classic is sure to make you smirk as you gaze upon the man himself, wearing his notorious Boba Fett helmet, carrying a ghetto blaster! Based upon the Suckpax Series 2 release's art, we're not sure if buying this will make you an asshole… but you'll certainly feel like one if you don't!


Edition of 50

Signed and Numbered by The Sucklord


Join The Clutter Gallery Preview List!!! By joining, you will receive special pre-opening information and the opportunity to buy exhibition pieces prior to the show opening. Notices will go out early the day of the opening.

Stay tuned for more suprises ;)

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