How about collecting art this way: Purchase the work of famous artists and designers, at relatively low prices (almost everything under $100), no framing costs required. That’s the theory behind Pop Cling, the company that hosted the “Pop Cling Vinyl Show” at Munky King in LA last night. Artists like Thomas Han, Attaboy, Sauerkids, and Jeremyville created art that ranged from tiny stick-on tigers by Uncommon Industries to entire wall murals from Plasticgod above (yep, that’s all vinyl).
Part of Thomas Han‘s wild kingdom; decks and illustrations by Zeptonn.
Uncommon Industries’ Jessica Lopez gets extra points for coordinating her outfit with “The Cutest Show on Earth.”
Cameron Tiede‘s tiki mobiles and Luke Feldmann‘s decks.
And finally, the Flower Poodles, artist unknown.
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