Behold 28 inches of custom goodness by JPK. This 1000% Be@rbrick by JPK was created for a collector in Hong Kong. He uses his signature negative spaces techniques to do something extra cool. Rather than depicting the Be@rbrick as a samurai, he simply (or not-so-simply) uses the platform as a canvas, turning the subject at about a 45-degree angle. The customizing process got off to a slow start but eventually turned into something that Jon-Paul Kaiser is very proud of, and rightly so. "The client left the design direction up to me, though [he] asked to see sketches first so we could decide on a path together," says the UK-based artist. "After a few sketches that weren't working for us both, I developed the floating, dream-like samurai which I knew instantly was the path to take. The client agreed and I got to work."
Monday, August 6, 2018 - 11:48pmThe Clutter Gallery is proud to present an amazing custom group show using a limited color pallet! Inspired by Russian Constructivism, the color pallet for the show is limited to Black, White, and Red. Participating artists include:
Thursday, February 22, 2018 - 10:02amAfter the success of not just one but two previous shows, Mothership Gallery in Philadelphia hosted Yeti Season 3 Yetipocalypse earlier this year.
Friday, November 4, 2016 - 4:02pmHere it is: Matt JOnes' customized Swatch Maxi. Featuring a customized face with a cartoon mosquito, glow-in-the-dark eyes, wings as hours and minutes hands and a nose as a seconds hand, each Swatch is made to order.