Argonaut Resins has released the Royals 2.0 Tuttz Mini. These 3.5-inch tall figures are limited to runs of 25 pieces of each colorway. The Tuttz cat concept was created in back 2010 and has been independently produced by artist Eric Nocella Diaz (founder, owner and operator of Argonaut Resins since 2008).
This new wave includes gold reflective pieces and onyx black with gold trim. They all will be numbered and signed on the figure's bottom. You can pick one up now for $40.00 (includes taxes, shipping and handling).
Argonaut Resins has started dropping figures from theTuttz Fairy Cats Series 3. If you missed out on the first two - sold out - waves, this is your chance. Some resins from the first few waves will be repeated along with a handful of new surprises. Keep an eye out on the store, as Eric will be adding a few every so often throughout the next week or so. There are currently a number of them available for $35.00 each.
Argonaut Resins is excited to announce the all new Tuttz Sphinx cat is headed to resin production in the coming weeks. The new Tuttz Sphinx is designed, created and 3D printed by Eric Nocella Diaz and 3D sculpted by Francis Rivera. Colorways and pricing will be forthcoming as the project develops further so stay tuned!
Argonaut Resins has released a handful of new three inch Tuttz cat 2.0 clear tint Fairies via their online shop. This round of resin Tuttz Fairies are done in various clear tinted colors. There are a few pieces still left to purchase, with each Tuttz selling for $35.00.
Eric Nocella Diaz of Argonaut Resins has released a series of all new 3-inch light blue Tuttz Cat Fairies. Now available in the Argonaut Resins online store, the series is limited to a run of 25 pieces worldwide. Each fairy cat will go for $35.00 (includes shipping and handling in the US).
Part 2 of Argonaut Resins final resin release of 2017 will be a 2.75-inch micro, spirit-style Pharaoh Hound Dog Fairy. These are the counterpart to the 2-inch Tuttz Fairy already released. The Fairy Hound will be very limited and go on sale today (Friday December 29th 2017) at 9AM ET in the Argonaut Resins online store (linked above). No word on pricing, but the Tuttz ran $12.00 each.
Only special people have the ability to see Fairies - can you see them?!
If you - like me - were snoozing over Christmas, you likely missed the the all new 2 inch tall Tuttz Cat Fairies release from Argonaut Resins on Christmas Eve. This series is very limited and will also come with a few chase colors. These new cats are the same size as the previously released Micro 3D printed resins (straight from Eric Nocella Diaz's 3D home printer). Pick the Tuttz Cat Fairies up for $12.00 each.
I'll be posting 10 Questions with... a number of artists who are taking part in the Aim, Destroy, Transform: Play for Change Toy Show , presented by Medialia Gallery & The Ethyr and taking place November 4-25 2017 in NYC.
Who is your favorite artist (any artist, any medium)?: Juan Gimenez - www.juangimenez.com
What was your favorite toy line as a child?: G I Joe (old school 12 inch action figures)
What's your most prized collectible?: Leap Of Faith fine art sculpture by artist Thomas Blackshear - www.blackshearonline.com
What was the last film you watched?: Wonder Woman
Do you unbox and display or keep MIB (mint in box)?: Toys I didn’t make I unbox and display, toys I sculpted that made it to the shelves stay unboxed.
What was the last book you read?: Event by David Lynn Golemon
Star Trek or Star Wars?: Star Trek AND Star Wars, I need both!
What motto/creed do you try to live by?: “What goes around comes around."
What was the inspiration behind the piece that you produced for the Aim, Destroy, Transform: Play for Change toy show?: The metallic gold Dragonfly. When I look at it it long enough, I see soft and firm at the same time.
The 3-inch tall DragonFly 2.0 hand cast resin figurines - from Argonaut Resins - will be releasing today (Monday, October 23rd 2017) at 9PM ET in the Argonaut Resins online store. The edition size for wave one of the new bugs will be 25 pieces and that's including the unpainted blank versions. This new figure was 3D modeled on the computer by artist Eric Nocella Diaz and 3D printed with his very own printer before being cast and painted in metallic colors. Keep a eye on the release as there may be a few surprise Chase DragonFly's to pop up during the release that are not shown in the above image.