DEADMAU5 GRIN by Deadmau5 x Ron English x Toy Art Gallery


Deadmau5 is scheduled to launch a pop-up shop in New York this Friday March 31st thru the weekend, in a three-day only affair, featuring the debut of Deadmau5 x Ron English x Toy Art Gallery “vinyl” toys!

Head towards “157 W. 24th Street” in NYC, USA, where festivities include “Live” painting by Ron English!

UPDATED PRODUCT INFO: Available in the “Blank Red” Colorway is the “Deadmau5 Grin” vinyl toy (seen top-right), while the spiffy-looking colorful pieces are lifesize fiberglass sculptures standing 4-feet tall, complete with 5 points of articulation!

Scroll down to take a closer look at a new colorway editions of the by-now-iconic Deadmau5 head with English’s GRIN, sitting in a UFO (with Record Stylus-"blasters" by both sides), lifting off no doubt toward the Stratosphere of Collectibles!

"Located at 157 W. 24th Street and open from noon until 7:00PM each day, the shop — aptly titled ‘lots of stuff in a store’ — is set to coincide with Deadmau5’s ‘lots of shows in a row’ tour which opens for a four-night, sold-out run at NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom tomorrow (Wednesday 29th March)." (reported djmag.com)
"The deadmau5 x Ron English GRIN will also see it's debut in lifesize fiberglass at the pop-up shop! The 4 foot tall fiberglass Grin is hand-made in Indonesia to exacting museum-quality standards, each individual piece painstakingly formed, sanded, and painted by master craftsmen. A Toy Art Gallery feature in our lifesize works is to preserve the playability of their miniature counterparts. This means multiple points of functional articulation, such as the arms, body, and needle points of the Grin, and play features like the adjustable floating UFO platform. The completed lifesize fiberglass figure is intended as the cornerstone of a contemporary art and designer toy collection."
"The deadmau5 GRIN merges the unmistakable imagery of pop surrealist painter Ron English with the iconic avatar of Deadmau5, synthesizing art and music into its most playable form. Toy Art Gallery, in collaboration with LiveNation, Deadmau5, and Ron English, spent three years on the develop of the Deadmau5 Grin project, from original concept to soft vinyl toy."


Source: @ronenglishart + @mjoukar

Check out tour details on lotsofshowsinarow.com … and check out the videos featured below for the “Cube 2.1” technology to be used/pressed in the show In lieu of more product info :p), coinciding with the release of Deadmau5’s album “W:/2016ALBUM/“ (released late-2016).




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