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Keep reading Cal of ‘Cal’s Customs’ ‘Zumps’ fame is an Australian toy designer making major waves in the global pop art sphere thanks to his sculpting skills and the amazing world he has created with his ‘Zumps’ creatures.

Fans, foes and friends can find Cal most days in his lair – the ‘Calstars‘ shop in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia.

The show itself featuring thirteen artists working both collaboratively and independently, all under the loving eye of curator Tyson Tabbert.

(Photo below of artist and show curator Tyson Tabbert) Coming to the end of the exhibit’s first showing at ‘La Ma Ma’ in New York City (May 25th to June 24th), and just about to travel to Lethal Amounts in Los Angeles (July 8th to July 28th) – we thought it would be good to have the exhibit’s curator Tyson Tabbert explain it all, so we asked him a few questions.

Here he can be found working on his plans for world domination via designer toys, art and pop culture!

(Photo below of Cal in his lair) With Cal constantly evolving as an artist – word on the street his newest figures have magnetic articulation – and making major waves as mentioned with his ‘World of Zumps’, now is the perfect time to get to know the man and his creations, by reading the Art Talk interview below…

Keep reading Ryan Henwood-White is an Australian photographer making a name for himself thanks to his talent interpreting classic photographic tropes such as the nude, portrait, and boudoir through his own unique eye.

With the infinite variations of human sexuality being a dominant theme.

If there was more justice in the world, they would adorn the walls of National Art Galleries the World over… So, without further ado now is the perfect time to get to know the man, myth and legend that is ‘Skeleghoul’, by reading the Art Talk interview, below…

(Photo by Ryan below) With Ryan having only been seriously photographing for a few years now, and already producing gallery level work – now is the perfect time to get to know the man and his art, by reading the interview below…

Keep reading Glenn Manders (also of ‘Bad Teeth Comics‘) and Jason Ramke are the two gents behind ‘Soft Vinyl Mayhem’ – an art toy show held annually in Brisbane.

Or to put it in his own words: (Picture below of a self portrait by ‘Skeleghoul’) Alden, like every great artist, produces works in a variety of mediums – from apparel, to prints, paintings and traditional drawings.

His paintings, usually done in watercolour, catapult Alden into the world of fine art.