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Fri, Sep 11 - Mon, Sep 14
RUN #00192b
Tott Global - Uncut Sheet of Playing Cards
Tott Global
Uncut Sheet of Playing Cards
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Quantity Available:   50
24 x 24 Inches Uncut Plastic Sheet
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We've hooked up with TOTT Global for this special release of uncut sheets of Buff Monster's TOTT Global playing cards.

Please Note: These Uncut Unsigned Card Sheets are pulled from the archives of TOTT Global and thusly may have international storage and transit wear and tear that may include slight scuffing around the edges.

Discuss This Run

Buff Monster – Uncut Card Sheets from TOTT Global

We’ve hooked up with TOTT Global for this special release of uncut sheets of Buff Monster’s TOTT Global playing cards.  We had a chance to get a quick Q&A with Justin Kerson of  TOTT Global…

1xRun Thru Interview

Justin Kerson of TOTT Global

1xRun: When was the piece drawn/created?

Justin Kerson:   2010

1xRun: Tell us about this special TOTT Global x 1xRUN release?

Justin Kerson:   This is a very limited conceptual Buff Monster piece that will not be available ever again.  The art is also 2 way reversible making it difficult to only buy 1.

1xRun: Tell us how the idea and execution came about?

Justin Kerson:   We wanted to signify the waterproof Buff Monster playing cards as fine art, comparing them to uncut sheets of money from a mint.

1xRun: How long did the piece take?

Justin Kerson:    Including the process of art being art itself…2 years.

1xRun: What is unique about this piece?

Justin Kerson:   It’s conceptual idea is the 1st of it’s kind.

1xRun: Why should people buy these card sheets?

Justin Kerson:   It’s fine art at the price of a print.

1xRun: Describe the piece/print in one gut reaction word.

Justin Kerson:   Is?


About the Artist

Location: San Francisco, California

Buff Monster lives in Hollywood and cites heavy metal music, ice cream and Japanese culture as major influences. The color pink, as a symbol of confidence, individuality and happiness, is present in everything he creates. He got known by putting up thousands of hand-silkscreened posters across Los Angeles and also in faraway places.

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