Issue 44 of Clutter Magazine is available now and features a brand new cover design with amazing photography by our west-coast friend Robert Howell!!
In this issue, we take a look at the past 10 years of sofubi legend SPLURRT! Hot off his 10-year retrospective at Deaths Vault Gallery, we ask him the important questions… What’s changed over the years? Is he working in a Japanese style? Which have been his favorite pieces? And what does he think about Flippers? Check out the article and find out these answers and more.
Earlier this year we sent our amazing roving reporter Barbara Pavone off to Thailand to check out Thailand Toy Expo and report back with the details. She caught up with event organizer Jeep to find out how he turned what was almost a disaster, into a well established and respected international event –great insight into why you should never give up, even when the odds are against you!
Seth Fisher talks to UK street artist and toy maker RYCA about his transition to toys, and how music influences his work. From Biggy to The Prodigy, Basquait to Warhol, RYCA describes how these legends drive him to be constantly making more. Find out what he thinks about parody, KAWS and more.
We also wrap up the 2017 Designer Toy Awards, hosted as part of Five Points Festival, by the amazing Morgan Spurlock! Did you miss out on who won? Well, this is your chance to find out!
Last but by no means least, we catch up with the dream duo taking Horror to the next level – Violence Toy. Did you notice that their toys were designed to be interchangeable? What do you know about "Middle of Beyond"? Find out this and more!
Well, what are you waiting for? Swing over to shop.cluttermagazine.com to secure your copy now!
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 - 2:16pmThe Designer Toy Award Voting is Now Open!
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 6:39pmNominations are officially open for the 8th annual Designer Toy Awards!
Friday, November 24, 2017 - 11:56amThe iconic Pete Fowler designed "Toy King" Designer Toy Awards Trophy, has been re-imagined under the blade of artist Jason Freeny.