Posted by marc August 04, 2016
Squink definitely knows how to tell a story with his customs. His latest work uses a 3A Bertie as its base and adds a rocky texture, centuries of weathering, and a coating of moss. With just one glance you can tell that this robot has recently woken up after years and years of sitting dormant. Why he's been activated is up to your imagination. This was a commissioned custom, so staring longingly into the screen will have to suffice.
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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.