TOYBOX///DANIEL JOHNSTON’S JEREMIAH THE INNOCENT…

June 6, 2008  |  art, Art & Commerce, Toybox

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We’ve said it loudly before and we’ll say it again, the toy game is dead, but it’s refreshing to see a nice art figure being made from time to time. This month brings us “Jeremiah the Innocent,” a vinyl incarnation of a drawing by legendary outsider artist/musician and 2006 Whitney Biennial participant DANIEL JOHNSTON. Created by AT ARMS TOYS, the 12” figure representing Kurt Cobain’s favorite DJ image (see below) is available in three colorways: white (edition of 350), green (edition of 250), and orange (edition of 250). All figures are individually numbered, stand 12 inches tall, and are housed in a collectors case. Order yours HERE, and learn more about Daniel Johnston HERE. HAVE A LOOK:

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Daniel's original artwork circa early 1980s...

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Kurt Cobain models his Dan Johnston couture with Flea at his side, circa mid-nineties...

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