September 27, 2011
Mitch McGee’s newest works with wood really pop as well as show props to the pioneers of Pop Art. Inspired by the likes of Lichtenstein and Oldenburg, the Houston artist takes it a step further as he hand cuts, sands, and stains sheets of birch wood to create multi-layered compositions. Described as part painting, part sculpture, McGee finds gratification in the time it takes to produce while watching the layers build up. From the initial sketch to the final framing, these laborious pieces take around 35-40 hours to complete.
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September 19, 2016
Kidrobot is excited to release South Park: The Fractured But Whole Mini Series & The Coon 7″ Medium Figure! The brand new mini series features the superhero group assembled by The Coon. Each mini figure stands 3″ tall and comes packaged in a … Continued
September 09, 2016
Chris Holt, aka The Toy Viking, is back for another blog! This time he discusses Frank Kozik’s Labbit the Barbarian Screen Print! Kidrobot knows you cant go decorating your mead hall with those inspirational posters with quotes like “Soar to your … Continued
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September 02, 2016
Kidrobot is proud to announce their collaboration with Milwaukee-based artist Scott Wilkowski! Known for his Infected and X-Ray Action versions of popular designer toys, Wilkowski has infected one of the most famous platforms of all time: Kidrobot’s Dunny! Standing 3-inches tall, his … Continued
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