Monday, February 19, 2007

Moody Custom by Angel Devil (United States)

Angel Devil, a.k.a. AD Puchalski, is an amazingly talented artist. She is probably best known for her unique, handmade, one-of-a-kind creations. She has collaborated with Toy2R on a variety of projects including the popular Cheshire Cat series. You can discover more about this extremely creative artist at: or

Friday, February 9, 2007

Sneak Peek at Dr. Bao/NVC Crew Moody Custom

Here's a sneak peek at the Moody that is being worked on by Dr. Bao and Spive. These images appeared in a recent post on the Toysrevil blog. This in-depth article provides readers with an interesting, behind-the-scenes look at the lives and art of these Canadian custom masters. Dr. Bao and Spive have quickly established themselves as two of the most creative, talented and respected artists within the designer vinyl toy movement. I can't wait to see the completed piece. Check out the post at:

Monday, February 5, 2007

'Mr. Moody' Custom by Jennifer Kellogg (United States)

When I decided to contact artists to participate in my Moody project, I thought that it would be interesting to invite people that weren't necessarily working within the designer vinyl art movement. Jennifer is one of those artists. Jennifer is a talented designer who has created her own line of jewelry that is currently being sold at a number of major retail locations across the United States. Her work has been featured in Maxim Magazine, US Weekly, German GQ, In-Style and many other publications. Her contemporary jewelry has even found its way into the collections of celebrities such as Paris Hilton and has been worn by cast members of the popular 'Sex and the City' TV series. Mr. Moody is one of two pieces she has created for my upcoming custom shows. Her next custom, 'Mooeep', is sure to spark fond childhood memories of Easter vacations. Here's a bit more about Jennifer and her thoughts about art and design - Jewelry, as an art form, has the power to create moods, provoke opinions and produce reactions. At her studio in downtown Manhattan, this is the design philosophy that New York based jewelry designer Jennifer Kellogg follows in creating and developing her own unique collection of jewelry. Although she uses precious metals and stones in her work, the design is of much greater importance to Jennifer than the intrinsic value of the materials she works with. Her ultimate goal is evoking humor, whimsy and rare imagination through the use of striking color and inventive design in each of her pieces, which is what gives Jennifer Kellogg her signature look.