Pre-order your copy of the This Is Not A Toy catalogue.
Limited to 1000 copies, this publication documents the expansive range of wildly vibrant and thought-provoking tiny trinkets and enormous freestanding sculptures that transformed Design Exchange’s Exhibition Hall. The comprehensive visual overview is complemented by essays from such notables as artist Douglas Coupland, Toronto Star art critic Murray Whyte, expert Marc Steinberg, curator Kristin Weckworth, andThis Is Not A Toy co-curators, Sara Nickleson and John Wee Tom. Bring the exhibition's collectible art and contemporary design home with this vibrant survey of quirky figurines, freestanding sculptures and emotive paintings.
Expected release date: JANUARY 2015
Super rare. 15” fully articulated 1/6 figure with 21.5” RPG, action bags and back tank.First 3A figure to sport the detailed Deep Powder colourway. Edition of 200. HEAVY BRAMBLE story: Bramble Mk2 was a major success for Rothchild and the forces that used it, but a call to ENLARGE its fire-power did not fall on deaf ears at Rothchild. A...
One of the most classic and sought after designer toy series. Be@rbricks began the designer toy platform figure collector movement in Japan, which spans collaborations with hundreds of creators. In this series, Medicom presents Series 27 of their iconic Be@rbrick toys, featuring a collection of cultural figures and pop culture references! Each Be@rbrick stands at a modest 2.5-inches tall, with...
View more Coarse Part of This is Not a Toy. Co-curated by Pharrell Williams at the Design Exchange, Toronto (Feb-May 2014) With the noop bleeding down his sunken cheek, and nism exposing his blood red gums. The shrouded duo come guarded in soft black sponge, and encased in a wooden, five-colour truetone screenprinted chest, complete with elastic draw cords. Waiting...