Save the Date for “A Very Munny Christmas!”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Kidrobot announces the 3rd annual Munny custom toy exhibition event, entitled A VERY MUNNY CHRISTMAS and hosted by Monkey Fist Tattoo in Denver.
Kidrobot has curated a list of both established and up-and-coming artists – to customize the iconic Kidrobot Munny figure for display and for sale at the exhibition. Each piece will be available to purchase through silent auction, free beer will be provided by Colorado Native and Tommyknocker Brewing Companies and the Pasty Republic food truck will be on site. Additionally, there will be a DJ and live art demonstrations.
A VERY MUNNY CHRISTMAS
Friday, December 6th
7pm to 10pm
Monkey Fist Tattoo
4100 N. Tennyson St., Denver, CO 80212
This custom toy exhibition brings focus to the importance of supporting artists and inspiring creativity in new generations of thought leaders within the arts.
Kidrobot’s MUNNYWORLD is a one-of-a-kind design experience that lets you create your own art toy. From young to old, highly skilled to first-timers, each MUNNY is a blank 3D canvas, ready for scribbling, painting, dressing up, spray-painting, sculpting, and designing into wherever your imagination leads. The essence of creation lies within.
Artists included in this custom toy exhibition are both local, national, and international:
- Porous Walker (California)
- John Kenn Mortensen (Denmark)
- Vanessa Ditullio (California)
- Stan Yan (Denver, Colorado)
- One-Eyed Girl (New Jersey)
- Awol (Denver, Colorado)
- Pedro Correa (Brazil)
- Jan Calleja (Philippines)
- Drew Button (Denver, Colorado)
- Amanda Vela-Charbonneau (Denver, Colorado)
A VERY MUNNY CHRISTMAS is hosted by Monkey Fist Tattoo in Denver, a premium Denver tattoo parlor.
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