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The Gamies Show

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Jophen Stein's latest series The Gamies explores the idea of systems that are in place but not fully understood. From the exhilaration of winning to the disappointment of losing The Gamies is a look into the bipolar effects of game shows as entertainment.

The opening will take place at the Art Whino Gallery on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 from 6PM until midnight.

Art Whino Gallery
173 Waterfront St.
National Harbor, MD 20745

Buildman Destroyator Mk. II

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Today, has released the second wave of their Glyos System Buildman action figures from Onell Design. The Buildman Destroyator Mk. II is "two figures merged into one design in a clamshell with a Phase Arm, two stickers, and an illustrated backer card". There are 100 sets available, with each one priced at $25/pack (includes US shipping - foreign orders with shipping will be $30). I love this color combo.

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Sad Dragon Jungle Edition

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VISEone has released a customized version of the Sad Dragon resin figure (from Patch Together) that he's named the "Jungle Edition". The dragon is handpainted, signed and comes with a small, signed art print (signed). The custom is available for €150 (almost $200), which includes shipping within Europe (all other countries only pay the additional shipping costs). You can purchase the dragon via email at: contact (at) viseone (dot) de.

FOOX’s Superhero Hearts

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David Foox's most recent work - entitled "Superhero Hearts" - is on its way to Switzerland for the upcoming Art Basel.

"I feel super lucky to have some work in this upcoming Art Basel 2010. Even if it is only one piece, I am still really lucky to get to show my aesthetic and my story, to countless art lovers and collectors and at such a prestigious event. Perhaps next year I will have my own show at Art Basel," says David Foox on being included in Strychnin's SCOPE Art Basel roster.

According to FOOX, "Superhero Hearts" is designed to reflect thought back on to the viewer about the state of the Universe and our relationship to it. It incorporates religious symbolism in a pop art kinda way and emphasizes the Holy Trinity and subjective outward elements. This is based upon an earlier work by David Foox called "Justice Meaning & Understanding".