Dean Bradley's MAINFRAME
STRANGEco, the purveyors of the peculiar, are proud to announce the release of Mainframe, designed by Dean Bradley, a native Southern Californian and an accomplished artist and graphic designer. Bradley's work has quickly spread internationally and he has worked with the likes of Hurley International, Fuel TV, Buff Monster and Angry Woebots. Mainframe, is a forceful axe-wielding computer, come to life, with a monitor for a head, CPU unit as torso, a keyboard for one hand, and wires and cables carrying all the action.
Created in 2002, Mainframe is an exploration about our delicate relationship with technology. Begun as a series of paintings, the image and concept of Mainframe took root and spread rapidly across the globe. Through stickers, gallery shows, television exposure and now the STRANGEco collaboration, the concept of Mainframe has taken on a life of his own, much like the computer it was born from.
"I was spending a lot of time in front of my computer. I felt like the computer was a part of me. I realized there was a conflict within, a struggle between nature and technology."- Dean Bradley
The limited edition 8" Mainframe rotocast figure is available in three colorways-
Orange (400 pieces), "Duck Season" Camouflage (500 pieces) and Hi-Gloss White (200 pieces).
Mainframe will be available October 2007 at finer retailers. MSRP $54.99
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|Posted 30 August, 2007 - 09:22 by JoshB|