Healeymade has teamed up with artists Gary Mellon and Robert Leecock for an all-new resin bust that’ll be dropping at the pair’s “Summer Devilish” show at Mishka‘s NYC-based store tonight (6/26)! Sculpted by Mellon based on an illustration by Leecock, the 9″ tall devil boy has been cast by Healey in a solid resin, coming in a selection of black, metallic purple and red finishes. Going on sale at the event from 7pm-10pm for an undisclosed sum, a commemorative t-shirt featuring Leecock’s original illustration (pictured above) will be up for grabs too…
UK based resin artist Tesselate is happy to announce the latest addition in the ever growing family of ED-IT DJ music ‘bots… their founding member, Z7200! Featuring the all-new eye design of the previous ZSeries figures, the 15cm tall Z7200 has been created from the parts of several past releases, coming hand cast and painted in a vivid green, red and yellow colourway. Complete with beat-up Accex club desk and mixing accessories, the figure will be touching down in the Tesselate store this coming Monday, June 17th at 8pm London time. Limited to just 1 this time around, the Z7200 has been priced at £70 plus shipping…
“Z7200 is a founding member of the ED-IT DJ partnership alongside B5100. Not often seen on stage or in the public eye, they operate behind the scenes and run the sister business of ACCEX, which develop and produce the machines that the crew use.
Every so often they will trial new prototypes by performing impromptu sessions at the Berlin arm of their ‘Ready Place’ clubs. So, if you enjoy a discussion on the latest trends in pattern chips or the processing speed of a Trylon© drive, you know exactly who to speak with…”
UK resin artist Tesselate kindly shares details of the ED-IT DJ crew’s latest ‘roadie robots’, the Z9900 editions! Taking on a much simpler form than previous releases, the pair of one-off designs feature the familiar multi-part body design, this time around with the addition of all-new retro-styled eyes. Available in either red (K9900_k1) and blue (K9900_k2) hand painted colourways, the 12.5cm tall resins will be hitting the Tesselate store Wednesday 22nd of May at 9pm (BST UK time) for just £40 plus shipping each…
Belonging to the IT series of the ED-IT DJ collaboration crew, these wild eyed guys are fresh from the factory floor. Once taken out of production (by humans) due to how intense and hyperactive they could be, they were reactivated after the passing of the 2068 Law of Awareness.
The Z9900_k series primarily work at Accex Systems creating drum machines, and can sometimes be found on the stage before a ED-IT DJ production working as a ‘hype crew’.
Wasting no time since the release of the C1200 just a couple of weeks back, UK based resin artist Tesselate introduces yet another addition to the ever growing ED-IT DJ family, the trusty B6400… A sound engineer of sorts to the main ED-IT DJ figures, the B6400 uses the same intricate multi-parted design as the original ‘bots, coming hand cast and painted in a striking selection of vivid tones. Coming complete with the standard DJ booth/ Accex sound creating desk, the beautifully realised piece has been limited to just 2 pieces this time around, priced at £70 each plus shipping… Look out for them in the Tesselate store this coming Tuesday, March 19th at 8pm GMT.
Backstory// The core ED-IT DJ’s would struggle to put on a show without their trusty friends the B6400 series. Once confined to audio management of human concerts and internet broadcasts, these bots joined the ED-IT team and have put their skills to good use. From the very initial concept of a new show, through the to the final beat produced, B6400 are watching and tweaking via their expansive plethora of equipment. They work closely with partner company Accex to develop new machines and push boundaries. They are also partial to a good cheese burger…
UK resin artist Tesselate kindly shares details of the ED-IT family’s latest addition, the mini sized C1200! The smallest figure in the series to date at just 4.2″ tall, the hand cast, multi-parted music-bot has been limited to just 3 pieces in the initial vivid ‘2068 Party’ colourway. Touching down in the Tesselate store this Thursday, March 7th at 8pm GMT, the C1200 will be available for just £40 plus shipping… Stay tuned for news of more versions soon!
“Before the 2068 ‘Law of Awareness’ which granted all non human creations the same right as humans themselves, you would have been seen these C1200 bots scuttling around your nearest Spaceport on their low friction (but high torque) wheelbase. They were the backbone of the stellar travel industry, as they moved large shipments from the loading zones into the gargantuan space freighters.
For their size they are super strong, acknowledged to be capable of lifting 4000 times their own weight, they are not be trifled with when it comes to moving items, large or small.
Post 2068 many of these mighty bots joined the ED-IT DJ crew as roadies and venue organisers, and can be found before and after any performance dismantling and loading the huge structures and equipment which they are in charge of.
Known to like a party, they can often be found at the local Karaoke spot, getting fresh after a gig.”
Holly Stanway aka A Little Stranger kindly shares details of her latest resin multiple, the absolutely breathtaking “Between Two Worlds”… Depicting a spirit as she “moves from our world into the next”, giving a strangely vivid sensation of the walls coming to life once displayed. Hand sculpted by Holly, the solid resin piece measures in at 5″ x 5″ (head 4″ x 2.75″), coming signed and numbered with felt backing ready for display. Limited to just 5 pieces, Between Two Worlds can be found in the A Little Stranger store right here for £75 plus shipping…
Joining the ever growing crew of automated disk jockeys and roadies, UK based resin artist Tesselate announces the latest figure in the ED-IT DJ’s series… the 2 Light Crew! Limited to just 2 one-off pieces, the toys feature the same multi-parted design as previous editions (albiet sans mixing desk and miniature ‘Accex’ sound creating devices!), coming hand cast and painted in a stunning mix of solid orange, red and blue. Dropping on the Tesselate store this Thursday, February 7th at 9pm (GMT), the pair will be available for £60 each plus shipping…
“When performing, the ED-IT DJ’s have a very strong team around them. Formed of primarily colleagues from the factory days, they have an eclectic mix of skills and will always work their hardest.
At the core of the visually intense, atmospheric and personal shows that the ED-IT DJ’s put on, the B56002LC (2 Light Crew) brothers are often seen fiddling around behind a flashing panel of intensity.
Specialists in light engineering and tertiary reverse segmention, their outer casings are carved directly from an experimental hyper fluorescent engagement material. This specialist component has wireless fibre links to the soundboard which causes them to pulsate and glow in time to the music. It’s a sight to be seen.”