Based in Los Angeles, Josh Mayhem's lifelong habit of collecting children's playthings fueled his passion to transform said toys into objects d'art. Embracing both order and chaos as separate inspiration points, Mayhem's mixed media 'art toys' tend to be created in two contrasting styles, from his intricate and detailed assemblages, using parts from the likes of Japanese model kits, to his more free flowing and expressionist sculptures. Mayhem's works have been commissioned by private collectors and have been exhibited in a variety of contemporary art galleries as well as pop culture events.
45 year old Dan Tanenbaum is a technology entrepreneur with a creative edge. When he isn't working on his internet companies during the day he is in his workshop creating artwork with vintage watch parts. With a focus on creating miniature motorcycles out of watch parts he recently turned his attention to encrusting vinyl characters. Spending over 30 hours creating each of his one-of-a-kind pieces he has created a niche following for his steampunk characters. Tanenbaum's custom creations have appeared in private collections around the globe and is focused on producing more intricate work as his art continue to evolve.
Noah Eaton (NapTimeNoah) was in a cycling accident in July of 2014 that caused a concussion that made him see the world in a completely different way. Before the accident Noah was all about fitness and was not a artist and didn't have a passion for art whatsoever. After the accident he saw colors like never before and immediately had a passion for art. He started drawing, painting, and learning as much as possible. But painting flat surfaces just wasn't enough for NapTimeNoah. After downloading Instagram he soon discovered Kidrobot and that's where it all began. He then started messaging all his favorite artist asking how to customize designer toys. After much trial and error he finally figured out the cracked style that you see on all of his custom designer toys today.