Jeremy Brautman of Neon Monster has posted a very awesome interview with Daniel Goffin over at the Neon Monster Blog. It’s quite in-depth and goes into Daniel’s process, inspiration and thoughts on the modern toy scene. Check it out HERE, and make sure to check out Daniel’s work from the Netzwerk and Mushashinto Tech show HERE.
We had a really fantastic opening for Netzwerk and Mushashinto Tech this past Friday night. Thank you so much to everyone who made it out! This was our very first show opening ever and the night went off great! A huge thank you to Daniel and Martin for their extreme dedication to their craft, it really shows.
While we were busy chatting up gallery goers and toy fans, Jack from Vinylpulse happened to take an awesome set of pics of the show. Check them out HERE!
Also, check out our preview list here: NETZWERK AND MUSHASHINTO TECH PREVIEW. We’ll have more pictures and a cart system set up later this week, so for now if you’re interested in something just send an email to email@example.com
Jack from Vinylpulse stopped by the gallery yesterday to get a sneak peak of our show opening Friday, May 28. He managed to snap a few pics when we weren’t looking, so go check them out here: http://www.vinylpulse.com/2010/05/sneak-peek-netzwerk-and-mushashinto-tech-528.html#more
We’re a little over two weeks out until TAG’s first gallery show “Netzwerk and Mushashinto Tech”, and the sneak peeks keep rolling in. The latest is a pair of shots from Martin Osuna, showing off his resin Mushashinto Warriors along with their mini (4″) counterparts.
Here are some sneak previews of Martin Osuna’s work for Netzwerk and Musashinto Tech. These particular figures are part of an edition of one-offs to be released at the show, each cast in a different colored resin and uniquely hand-painted.
It’s been a long time coming, but I’m very happy to announce our very first exhibition: Netzwerk and Musashinto Tech – New Works by Daniel Goffin and Martin Osuna! Daniel and Martin are easily some of the finest figural artists working today and we are proud to host them for their first U.S. show. Their work captures everything that’s exciting about this new world of Toy Art: exceptional craftsmanship and design with a dash of pop-art and loads of personality. Each and every piece that I’ve seen so far has blown my mind and I’m excited beyond belief to actually see these in person!
Below is just a sampling of what’s to come…