From the studio that brought you the fantastic PLUTEUS, Jelly Buddy BURBAG and many more comes Bubble Boy Of The Infinite – by Ryan Heshka x 6 Forest Studio. Canadian artist Ryan Heshka officially joining the 6 Forest roster, bringing Ryan’s signature B-movie-inspired style creations into the designer art collectables world in the form of a resin art collectable.
– Edition: 100 pcs limited edition.
– Public release date: AUGUST 2022.
– First release: 50 pcs.
– Material: Resin.
– Dimensions: 20 x 10.5 x 9 INCHES
– Weight: 3,7 kg.
– Certificate of authenticity.
People who are interested in getting the sculpture will be able to subscribe at 6Forest.com to the Bubble Boy Of The Infinite waiting list by signing up via email.
In July, people who are subscribed to the waiting list will receive an email with a link to the private pre-sale.
Being on the waiting list is not a commitment to purchase, nor does it guarantee that the client will receive a sculpture.
– Pre-sale release date: JULY 2022.
– First release edition: 50 pcs.
Benefits of getting Bubble Boy Of The Infinite in the exclusive pre-sale:
– Get one of the limited edition figures of Bubble Boy of the Infinite before anyone else.
– Silk-screen printing signed by Ryan Heshka for the first 50 buyers.
– International Free Shipping.
– 10 % OFF for the buyers who acquire the figure in the private pre-sale.
JOIN the waiting list HERE https://6forest.com/
With his B-movie inspired creations, populated by dominatrix pin up girls, far-fetched monsters and delightful ghostly figures, Canadian artist Ryan Heshka is an essential figure on the Lowbrow art scene.
Born in Manitoba, Heshka grew up in Winnipeg, spending the long prairie winters drawing, building cardboard cities and shooting Super 8 films. In 1992, he graduated in Interior Design from the University of Manitoba but after a number of years in the profession later moved into illustration. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Playboy, Wall Street Journal, Esquire, the New York Times, and on the cover and interiors of BLAB! He has also been selected to appear in American Illustration and the Society of Illustrators.
A self-taught artist, Heshka cites life-long influences such as vintage comics and pulp magazines, typography, electronic music and natural history, while also recognising the impact of his academic background in his attention to setting, detail and composition. Heshka’s work has been exhibited in Canada, USA, Germany, Italy and the UK. His comic book The Mean Girls Club was published in 2015, with its sequel, The Mean Girls Club: Pink Dawn appearing in 2018. Heshka has also published a number of children’s books and the first extensive publication on his work — Fatales: The Art of Ryan Heshka — was released in 2017.
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