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London Face Punch

Run #00224
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TYPE:5-Color Screenprint on 140lbs French Archival Paper
SIZE:18 x 24 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   May 16 2012
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Jeff Lamm and 1xRUN.
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Sorry for the confusion this is an edition of 40 NOT 50 as previously indicated.



For this release we have partnered with Clutter Magazine to release London Face Punch by Jeff Lamm which was featured on the cover of Issue 15 of Clutter Magazine.

"This illustration was very fun for me to draw. I was excited to be asked to do it. I enjoy icons of mid-century modern architecture, in this case the London Postal Tower. Such a strange phallic symbol piercing the sky, covered in a weird array of antennae. I did the original in pencil first on marker paper, did a light box transfer for the inks and added colors digitally. I'm pretty sure I did not make monster noises out loud whilst drawing it. All three monsters in the illustration are also toys I have in production. Greasebat (on the left) M5 Bravo (hugging the tower) and Stee-Gar (on all fours). " - Jeff Lamm

Founded in 2004, Clutter Magazine is the first English language magazine to focus on the designer toy phenomenon. Combining in-depth interviews with the scene’s leading figures, forthright editorial and outstanding photography and design, it’s rapidly establishing itself as the toy collector’s must have read.

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"I like to draw cartoony scenes of chaos and destruction usually featuring my Kaiju toy designs. I'm heavily influenced by classic Mad magazine artists, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth and 1970's Japanese manga. I usually do inked drawings, but enjoy working with gouache and silk screened prints. Right now I live in Akron,Ohio, a sort of rusty city famous for blimps, tires and some awesome bands." - Jeff Lamm
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