Scott Wilkowski x Luke Chueh x Clutter — Infected Decapitated Bear Head Blood Red Edition (4.5)

Heads up 😉 Clutter will release the new Blood Red Infected Decapitated Bear Head (125 pcs, $150) from Scott Wilkowski and Luke Chueh on Wednesday (4.5) at 9 AM PST from the Clutter web shop. Featuring a translucent red bear head with embedded skull in the middle of a shiny…

Flabslab x Luke Chueh Boba (11.21)

After plenty of sweet teasers and more recently full reveal pics, Luk e Chueh’s seriously rad Boba resin sculpture from Flabslab is about to drop. We now know that 11.21.14 is the day thanks to Luke’s tongue-in-cheek threeB flier. While there’s plenty we are still curious about including pricing and…

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Luke Chueh — Self-ish at Corey Helford Gallery Circa (11.11)

Luke Chueh has started to reveal ]info on his next solo, ‘Self-ish’ which opens at Corey Helford Gallery Circa in Culver City on October 11th, 2014. As the clever title suggests, the new collection will showcase self-portraits – some of the expected anthropomorphic variety (bears for sure, and possibly other…

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Luke Chueh x Munky King Headspace Proto at SDCC

At SDCC, Munky King is showing a proto of Headspace, their next figure project with Luke Chueh. Based on the ongoing series of paintings in which Luke’s signature bear removes his outer head to reveal inner identities and passions including a pig, monkey, Banksy’s art, Star Wars and more. What’s…

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Luke Chueh for #SDCC 2014

I am just regurgitating what is written on these images, so bear with me here:

– Limited number of “Decapitated Bear Heads (2014)” from Luke’s “Heads” show (at Clutter Gallery) will be up for ran at US$100 (originally retailing for US$150 per).

– “Bitch” – “Golden Fleece” colorway (limited to 100 pieces, price to be determined) from Munky King. Luke will also be signing at the Munky King booth

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Luke Chueh x Giant Robot SDCC Exclusive Head Space Series Father / Fett Print Set

Luke Chueh will be joining the good folks of Giant Robot at SDCC with his “Father / Fett” two print set from his Head Space Series. These are limited to 100 pieces with 50 being released at their booth #1729 and the other 50 online on Monday, August 4th at…

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Luke Chueh x Munky King SDCC Exclusive Black Gold Bitch

We finally get the full reveal of Luke Chueh x Munky King’s “Bitch” figure, which was produced by Pretty In Plastic. They will be debuting this figure at this years SDCC with a Black and Gold exclusive colorway. This Golden Fleece run is expected to be super limited and we…

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Luke Chueh x Munky King Black Gold SDCC Edition Bitch Release

It looks like Munky King will be keeping the Black & Gold Luke Chueh tradition alive for this years SDCC! This time it will be for his brand new figure titled “Bitch”, which was help brought to life by Pretty In Plastic. There is no word on the edition run…

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Luke Chueh Pink Decapitated Bear Heads for Heads (5.10)

In addition to twelve hand-painted rotocast resin Bear heads for this weekend’s ‘Heads’ (5.10) show at Clutter Gallery, Luke Chueh is also bringing a special treat for collectors –- Decapitated Bear Heads, painted in bright pink as a nod to Clutter’s signature color. If you’re in the area, going to…

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"Heads" by Luke Chueh @ Clutter Gallery (May 10 Launch)

Launching May 10th @ Clutter Gallery (163 Main Street. Beacon, NY 12508) is Luke Chueh‘s mini solo show, “Heads”. Posted here today are some previews of heads to come, courtesy of lukechuehart 🙂

“Clutter Magazine & Gallery are best known for their coverage of the Art/Designer toy scene. As such, we felt that this would be a good opportunity for me to do a show that was very different from my normal paintings-on-canvas shows. Starting with my bear’s head, we sculpt and rotocast an 8″ in diameter version of it. The end result is a unique platform for me to build this show on.”blogged Luke.

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