Mike Mitchell x Harman Projects Vinyl Glow in the Dark Skully Mikeland Exclusive

OH MY FREAKING GOD IT NOW GLOWS IN THE DARK! sorry not sorry for screaming like a bitch but I got a little bit too excited it GLOWS, HA. One of my personal favorite buys and releases from last year now GLOWS, did I forget to mention it GLOWS? HA. I love my OG white edition and am ready to pull the trigger to give Skully a companion. As I said previously, Over the years we have seen and owned plenty of skull art collectibles but this vinyl Skully ticks all our boxes! The mastermind, Mike Mitchell is known for creepy yet cute illustrations and of course, skully with Mike’s signature eyes and body proportions like ourselves. Mike has linked up with Harman Project to turn the little chap into collectible vinyl art! Glow in the Dark Skully Figure is a Mikeland exclusive.
Approximately 8″ tall. Vinyl. Loves 90-degree angles.


WHERE: and for the OG white

@bigtoypoo definitely based on myself 😂 happy New Year everyone Mike Mitchell x Harman Projects Vinyl Skully 💀 #vinyltoy #unboxingtoys #mikemitchell #vinyltoycollection ♬ оригинальный звук – ego

Based in Austin, Texas, Mike Mitchell is an artist and illustrator primarily known for his small-scale giclee prints, original paintings and limited edition figures. Widely collected series include his Food Dudes, Fat Birds, and Just Like Us, three separate series of playful illustrations which are produced and released on a regular basis through the artist’s own online store. Mitchell is also known for his one-of-a-kind “Bastards”, torn prints reassembled into new compositions with tops and bottoms that mostly align but don’t completely match.

Mitchell’s first entered the public sphere in early 2010 with the release of his “I’m With Coco” poster for Conan O’Brien, The following year, Mitchell appeared in several gallery exhibitions that further cemented his reputation as a master of the pop-culture genre, including exhibitions at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, and Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra. That year, Mitchell also introduced the first prints in his SUPER series, featuring iconic personalities reimagined through a superhero motif.

In 2012 the artist debuted his popular “Fat Birds” series, a run of ornithological illustrations resembling an adorably absurdist Audubon, this was followed up in 2013 with the artist’s “Portraits” series, many of which debuted in an exhibition at  Mondo Gallery in Austin. In that series, the artist depicts pop culture characters at a side view against a monochromatic background to create an new contemporary trope on pop art portraiture. Soon after, half a dozen perpetually running and smiling Food Dudes were also produced in 2014. During this time Mitchell further developed his “Skully” character, an adorable memento mori found in both pop culture and fine art settings.

Mitchell saw continued success with his various print series though in 2019 when upendend his known repertoire by debuting three new original acrylic and oil paintings at Takashi Murakami’s ComplexCon in Long Beach, CA. 

An exploration into the digital space two years later with a series of self published and high succesful NFT followed, as well as a trailblazing series of NFTs produced with contemporaries Shepard Fairey, Tristan Eaton and Michael Reeder. 

In 2022 the artist debuted his very first vinyl figure with Harman Projects at DesignerCon in Anaheim, CA. – Harman Projects

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A Yellow guy with bad English who's a chef by trade but addicted to toys and art. Instagram nutter rambling food addict who likes to take photos of everything I eat (most Asians do right?) Please don't class me as a journalist or blogger, more on the lines of talent scout and always backs the little guy.

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