Circus Posterus’ 20th Anniversary PANDEMIC PINK,
GLOW IN THE DARK SKELVE
In collaboration with Mana, will include mini sketch from Kathie Olivas OR Brandt Peters.
Edition of 33 – $125
*free domestic shipping on orders of $100 and more until end of the year*
Available online here
Coming this Wednesday at NOON PST to the online store
Brandt Peters and Kathie Olivas – Mini GID (BLUE) Seated Boo and Kuma Set
Set of Two Hand-painted GID (Blue) cast resin misfits
Approx. 3″ Tall
see you there at www.circusposterus.com
What is that on your shoulder tugging at you?
Glenn Barr’s Lucky Devil Blue Skelve releases May 22!
Edition of 30 introductery price $250 (one per household)
Approx. 9″ tall
Hand painted acrylic on cast resin
Sculpted and cast by Mana Studios/ painted by Circus Posterus
Comes with a signed and numbered 5×7″ print by Glenn and hand screened printed muslin bag.
On sale NOW
Ships early June
Are you plagued with wanting new releases? Do you long for a new Skelve?
We got ya!
Releasing on Wednesday, June 18 in the Circus Posterus Store is the remaining stock of the Playge Doctor Skelve “Whitey” by FERG! Keeping a low edition of only 66, these won’t last very long, and will cost $235.
Keep checking the Circus Posterus Store next Wednesday for the release.
We have been busy showing you work in progress images from Conjuring Mischief, but we thought we would give you a look at 4 finished pieces we have taunted you with.
Get ready to see Skelves that range from the classic style of Travis Lampe, to the beautifully painted Candice Tripp, the majestic Scribe sculpted Skelve, and the wool fabricated finesse of Lana Crooks.
Travis Lampe’s skelve shines with gold and exudes expression with a custom sculpted mask. Classic Lampe style!
Candice Tripp worked her elegant detailed painting skills with a beautifully painted skelve. Wait until you see the detail on the leaves up close.
Scribe put his sculpting skills to the test with a 4-legged Skelve that evokes a Chinese dragon parade.
Lana Crooks also used a 4-legged skelve and let the skeletal system be the star with a fabric inspired structure. That tail!!!!
We have much more to show you, so keep your eyes locked on all our social media outlets.
“Conjuring Mischief” opens this Friday, May 2nd and runs through June 1st, with an opening reception on Friday, May 2nd from 6 – 9 PM.
109 Carlisle Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Brandt posted this amazing sketch last night as part of his “Creatures of the Night” series, but it got even more interesting with what he wrote after.
Guess what? Mini Keshi “Monster Skelve” toy exclusive will drop @strangerfactory May 2nd for the CONJURING MISCHIEF group Skelve exhibition.This design based after the extremely talented designer/sculptor @thelastzectron ‘s concept for the event. Along with the quite outstanding keshi toy producing studio @trutek (Disarticulators). So excited for this drop!!! #skelve #disarticulators #zectron
So it looks like Zectron and Trutek will have an edition “Monster Skelve” at Conjuring Mischief, and we know it will make almost the entire Skelve loving population go “squeeee” because it is very bat-like!
Since it is Friday, and we want everyone to have a good weekend, here is a little teaser.
Only one week to go until Conjuring Mischief!
Time to shine the spotlight on another Conjuring Mischief artist, Candice Tripp.
Based out of the United Kingdom, Newcastle upon Tyne to be exact, Candice has aggressively and passionately climbed the ladder of the art scene. Known for her macabre and dark sense of humor, that is fully displayed in her work, Candice’s paintings exude beautiful dark imagination in the foreground and magnificent, rich narrative beyond. Using negative space with a white background, along with animals, masked children, and forests, Candice’s oil work is astounding and magical which is a perfect theme for our mischievous little Skelve. If that wasn’t enough, Candice has recently started work in 3D, most notably with her Sally dolls which perfectly embody the horror and dark levity we have grown to love in her work.
To see the amazing art of Candice Tripp and a little peek into the Skelve she is working on, click through for more.
Think you might have missed something out there on social media stratosphere this week? Have no fear, we have a roundup for you!
We are still jumping off of the walls with the announcement of Conjuring Mischief coming to Stranger Factory this May. This custom Skelve show has top notch talent doing their masterful work on our iconic mascot!
This week we got to see what Carson Catlin, Cassia Harries, and Carisa Swenson have in store for our beloved Skelve, and we learned a little bit about newcomer Cassia.
Cassia Harries developing her skelve.
Before the cuts, Carson figures out a pattern.
Early concept drawing from Carisa. I bet she has a few of these too!
More soon, but keep an eye on all our social media for the latest updates. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for the latest news!
Time to spotlight one of the amazing artists gracing the Conjuring Mischief custom Skelve show at Stranger Factory this May, Cassia Harries.
Cassia is the owner and creator behind Monster Mind Sculpts and no stranger to the design world. Inspired by all the great sci-fi and pop culture films and artists that have become canon for most of our creativity, Cassia interprets this into her own creations. Earlier this year, she has had an incredible success with her Little Monsters Baby Cthulhu kickstarter that generated 6x the needed funding for the project! More recently, her sculpts have generated wide praise in numerous gallery shows, and now we get to see what she has in store for Conjuring Mischief.
Click more for Cassia’s work and a little teaser into her Skelve for Conjuring Mischief!
The clues have been out there for quite some time, but we can finally start to show off what’s in store for 2014…the Tomenosuke + CP Chibi Series!
Chibi is a popular Japanese character style, drawing fans of the small and cute. Imagine smaller and even cuter little versions of the toys we all know and love, and know that the Tomenosuke + CP series is taking this idea full throttle. Here is the test sculpt of Brandt Peters‘ Skelve for the series, sculpted by the amazing Yohei Kaneko, in all his squat, bow tied glory.
We don’t have the exact production details yet, but we do know, that they are small / two-part figures and part of a line that will include Circus Posterus favourites, and guest artists. Also, for even more fun – their heads will all be swappable. The first series in the line- up will feature Kathie Olivas, Chris Ryniak, Amanda Louise Spayd, and Brandt Peters.
Check out more of the design below.