Chris Ryniak's monsters with personality

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11 Responses to “Chris Ryniak's monsters with personality”

  1. doingdoing says:

    This is cool, kinda reminds me of Salt, a glassblower that makes mutant glass pipes.

    http://www.GlassPipes.org/Gal26423_SALT_s_Gallery.asp

  2. Nword says:

    Did you mean: Basil Wolverton?

  3. godisafiction says:

    Reminds me of Andrew Scott’s work
    http://www.flickr.com/people/bugmaker999/

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s called a ‘custom’ Many well respected artists have ‘customized’ designer toys that were originally designed by other artists… it’s a major part of the designer toy culture. Nothing curious about it.

    • venomalienz says:

      If you know about Chris Ryniak at all, you should know that he does his own sculptures, AS WELL AS customized toys, which includes the Ryden toy

  4. Anonymous says:

    @xy9ine
    I would say it is more of a satirical take on the ryden pole.
    :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    This stuff is amazing…reminds me of that one guys work. What’s his name…oh yeah, Chris Ryniak

  6. MBotToys says:

    Looking over Ryniak’s work (Paintings as well) it reminds me of my childhood growing up in the woods where the imagination can get the better of you and see little creatures hiding in the dead logs and moss, which most of his subject matter exists. In comparing to Ryden the only thing I see is similar paint style but the subject is different. Abstract vs. Character

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