Amos show at London’s KK Outlet

The Amos Miniature Plastic Workshop opens tomorrow at London’s KK Outlet gallery and store and will showcase a selection of some of Amos’ classic toys, as well as a slew of recent drawings by James Jarvis, alongside a pop-up store selling a few long sold-out Amos collectibles, rarities and hard-to-find products…

The Amos Miniature Plastic Workshop opens tomorrow at London’s KK Outlet gallery and store and will showcase a selection of some of Amos‘ classic toys, as well as a slew of recent drawings by James Jarvis, alongside a pop-up store selling a few long sold-out Amos collectibles, rarities and hard-to-find products…

The show will be the first time Amos has showcased its wares in the form of an exhibition in London, and co-founders James Jarvis and Russell Waterman will produce work in-house at the show on Saturday 21 and Saturday 28 May – days on which Amos fans are encouraged to come along to the gallery and chat to the pair about all things Amos. Here’s a look at some of the objects that will be on display:

Visitors to the show can expect to see various iterations of King Ken, King Ken cushions, King Ken mini figures, In Crowd figures and box sets including rare In Crowd Zombies, tote bags, T-shirts, hoodies, the World of Pain Policeman, Martin X, and loads more stuff including a brand new comic created specially for the event called Caleb’s Adventure in Wonderlean (only 200 copies printed), new drawings by James Jarvis AND two life-size Caleb figures created specially for the event in Japan and shipped over. Here’s a sneak peak at them lurking in the gallery, awaiting an admiring throng and doubtless dozens of photo opportunities:

The exhibition opens tomorrow May 6 and runs until May 31 at KK Outlet, 42 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB

 

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