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January 26, 2013

Jeff Lamm London Face Punch, Round 2 print

This ferocious five-color hand-pulled screen print measures a massive 18"x24" and have each been signed & numbered by Jeff Lamm. This brand new colorway of the original Clutter x 1xRun Collaboration is even more limited than the original run, having only 33 copies produced.

- five color print
- 18"x24"
- signed and numbered by Jeff Lamm
- limited to 33 copies

The "London Face Punch, Round 2" Limited Edition Screen Print will be available in the Clutter Marketplace next Wednesday, January 30th at 12pm EST!

Little Ox Valentino colorway by alto

Little Ox is slipping into something more comfortable for the unveiling of his new colourway, perfectly timed for Valentine's Day.

The Little Valentino is an exclusive release for Little Ox Gallery, Edinburgh, UK (, with an edition of 10 pieces.

The pink liveried bovine represents the second official release of the resin toy collaboration between alto ( and Creo Design ( Standing 3" high and priced at £25GBP ($40), the tough guy with the soft heart is ready to play cupid for starry-eyed lovers everywhere.

Ninja power by Color Chemist!

Newest 3 inch Ninja Dunny from Color Chemist...

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Carnage and The Maxx by Shadoe Delgado

We all know that Shadoe Delgado has some amazing sculpting skills, but these guy are just amazing...

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More customs from FPlus

Some new 3 inch Dunny's from FPlus. Love them!

"Regicidal Jester"

"Monsta in a baby suit"

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Mictecacihuatl by Tadeo Mendoza

A custom Dunny (7 inch) from some months ago, but never posted on this blog. Have to say that I like it so much, that I have to post it. Hope you guys dig it too!

Aztec godess of death, wife of Mictlantecuhtli, both ruled Mictlan, the 9o and last Aztec world of the dead. To this place went men and women who died from natural causes.

She was represented as a skeleton or aperson with skeletal head a defleshed body with a skirt of live serpents, with jaw agape to swallow the stars during the day

Her purpose was to keep the bones of the dead of past worlds, so they can be used to create the human of this world. She presided over the ancient festivals of the dead, which evolved from Aztec traditions into the modern Day of the Dead after synthesis with Spanish cultural traditions. Mictecacihuatl is known as the Lady of the Dead, since it is believed that she was born, then sacrificed as an infant, so she used to eat little infants in a sacrifice motive.
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