Posted by Erica June 11, 2013

Available today is a limited run of copper-plated Toby keys, based off of Gary Baseman’s key to closet from childhood home. Made in conjunction with artist’s survey exhibition “The Door is Always Open” at the Skirball Cultural Center, the key is reminder that the creative door is always open. This key was made by Pretty in Plastic and is limited to an edition of 100 pieces. 

"is based off my childhood home's closet door key, where I discovered lots of treasures... and secrets." -says Baseman

These Toby keys measuring 4 x 1 inches (edition 100) will are available for $70 each.

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