Following their recent opening in Japan, Amos bring their Miniature Plastic Workshop to KK Outlet. Opening tomorrow it will be the first time in London that Amos will showcase a collection of some of their classic plastic and vinyl toys alongside a pop-up store selling a number of sold out Amos collectables, rarities and difficult-to find products. The show will also host James Jarvis and Russell Waterman producing work in-house on Saturday 21 and Saturday 28 May.
There will also be two exclusive, life size Caleb figures as well as recent drawings by Amos artist James Jarvis. These drawings represent a catalogue of his interests and obsessions of the past two years. Whilst featuring some familiar faces, they also reflect his concern in taking character design to new and different places.
Exhibition runs from 6 – 31 May 2011.
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