Hey guys! I’m still alive. Went on vacation in late summer and enjoyed being disconnected so much that I’ve been off social networks for the last few months. I started a new business last year that’s taken up a lot of my time (more on that later) and now I’m working on a super exciting new project/brand/product line. I can’t wait to share it with you guys! More coming very soon so keep your eyes peeled! #art #design #sculpture #designertoys #toys
My soon-to-be-painted sculpt for the 10th Anniversary Show at @rotofugi next month! #art #design #toys #sculpture #sculpey #designertoys #yesfilter
Hi. #mint #selfie #gpoy #nofilter
Throwback Thursday to years ago when I made 3D pins/buttons but never showed them to anyone. I still kind of want to sell these, or at least make a toy version. #tbt #resin #jewelry
Outtake from yesterday. Happy Monday! Busy week ahead :) #resin #vinyltoy #art #design #sculpture
Happy Easter! #resin #toy #art #design #easter #bunny
Rough painted prototype of “Brewster”, the toy I made for Paul Smith’s Japanese line R. Newbold #fbf #resin #toys #art #design #sculpture #nofilter
Hey guys, I know it’s been forever since I’ve given a formal update. Things have been a bit bonkers around here. The artwork I’ve been doing is mostly client-related, so I haven’t been able to show what I’ve been working on. Not only that, but I started a new business mid-last year which has undergone a few mutations and has now finally started to get on track. I will reserve elaborating on that for another blog post about what it’s like to earn a living as an artist, because I am frequently asked by young people and their parents about how you make a living when you draw weird-o characters all day.
Now that I’ve wrapped up a majority of my commitments, I’m planning on doing more personal and experimental work that I can more readily share with you guys. I don’t know why I’m so precious about blog posts, but that’s why most of my online activity has been to my Instagram account: jonknoxstudio
. Follow me there for more frequent and informal posts. I’ll be better about posting here though too, pinky swear!
Brewster custom painted one of a kind resins from my recent solo show Flesh at Screaming Sky Gallery.