Posted by Miranda March 14, 2014

We are very excited to announce that the newest issue of our print publication — and our second free issue — is now available! Continuing to bring you amazing content related to the Designer Toy industry, issue #20 is packed full of great articles, like:

  • Carson Catlin — Marc DeAngelis chats with Catlin about the past, present, and future of this reticulated custom master.
  • Retroband — Instant industry superstar Aaron Moreno talks with Nick "Trust Pigs" Curtis about '80s horror films and the action figures he creates based on them.
  • Tattoo Dunny Series Revisited — Barbara Pavone looks back at this ground breaking Kidrobot series, catching up with BJ Betts, Joe Capobianco, Nick Baxter, Kevin Starai, Dave Fox, and Eric Newman.
  • Doubleparlour — Josh Kimberg learns all you ever wanted to know about the elusive duo who won Break-through Artist at the 3rd Annual Designer Toy Awards.
  • Splurrt — Kaiju Korner's andy b interviews Joe Merrill of Splurrt on all the happenings that are fit to print in the 'Splurrtiverse.'
  • The Art Hustle — Simeon Lipman, curator of The Art Hustle, reveals all the behind-the-scenes inner workings of making the trading card series come to life.
  • Mike Leavitt — Steve Strong catches up with Art Army creator Mike Leavitt at the opening of his Empire Peaks exhibition at the Jonathan Levine Gallery.
  • Camilla d'Errico — With an array of artistic talents, d'Errico discusses her manga work as well as her toy releases with Nick Curtis.

Coming soon to Specialty Retail Shops worldwide and available now directly from Clutter Magazine's online store. If you prefer reading the magazine for free online, then stay tuned as it will be available next week!!

imageCLUTTER19_COVER.jpg, by Miranda

If you live near a specialty retail shop that should carry these free magazines and does not, please let them know that they can obtain them easily with any order from DKE Toys Distribution. 

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leftClutter is a FREE monthly print publication covering all things Designer Toy and Sub-Culture art. Founded in 2004 in the good old United Kingdom, Clutter moved to NYC in 2009 where it continues to grow. Pick up a copy here.

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