Fans of contemporary art can now house a collection of the world’s greatest artists in their bedrooms thanks to Kidrobot’s 2010 Dunny series. With artists like Jesse Hernandez, Sket-One, Frank Kozik, and the Beast Brothers putting their art to vinyl, you can re-live your childhood with affordable three-inch pieces of art from nineteen amazing international artists.
Designer toys are on display at the This Is Not A Toy exhibition in Toronto this month until May, where ‘toys’ are ranging in price from just a few dollars to thousands. This large-scale exhibition is co-curated by Pharrell Williams and features a multi-faceted sensory experience’ for visitors, including music, video and vinyl displays. You […]
On a recent trip to New York I became the proud owner of a kid robot swatch watch designed by Frank Kozik. There are eight artists in this kid robot collection: Tara Mcpherson, Gary Baseman, Joe Ledbetter, Jeremyville, SSUR Ruslan Karablin, Tilt, MAD, and Frank Kozik. With each watch you get your own little dunny, […]
It just wouldn’t be a holiday season without a fun new character from Kidrobot. This year they approached Frank Kozik for the task again and the result is this most endearing, top hat-wearing, spirit-swigging, smoking snowman. He’s super cool, but I don’t think I’d call him Frosty or he just might cut you.
I hate to drop the ‘C’ word, but Christmas is only two months away and that time is going to fly. These plush mini Labbits would jazz up any Christmas tree and they’d be great stocking stuffers, too.
The original New York porthole into Japanese Kyju and vinyl toy culture, Toy Tokyo is back with a new East Village storefront showcase for cutting-edge designer sculpture. Along with other luminaries such as Kid Robot, Toy Tokyo has filled the void between the comic book shop and the art gallery with some of the most […]
Uber-designer and all round creative juggernaut, Tristan Eaton, the head body at Thunderdog Studios, is the latest guest contributor to Lost At E Minor, giving props to some of his favorite artists, designers, fashionistas and … gulp … breakfast haunts. Eaton hand picked elements from graffiti, skateboarding, comic books, and hip-hop as the building blocks […]
Tristan Eaton began pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from billboards to dumpsters in the urban landscape of wherever he lived. He moved to New York City to study at the School of Visual Arts, but conveniently dropped out to pursue commercial projects. Since then, Eaton has been the Director of Toy Design […]