Hot Toys Iron Man CollARTible Exhibtion has finally arrived in Singapore! The exhibition will be held at the Singapore Philatelic Museum from 9th Oct to 21st Nov 2010 and Opening Hours are: Mon (1pm to 7pm); Tue-Sun (9am to 7pm)
Besides showcasing 11 Iron Man Collectible Figurines by Hot Toys, there will also be 21 Artist projects customised by acclaimed designers from the US, Japan, Korea and Hong Kong.
Here's just one of the fantastic artworks you'll see on display at the Iron Man CollARTible exhibition.
The world's first life-size War Machine, a towering 7 feet tall statue will also be on display!
Check out the behind the scene pics of the setup for Iron Man CollARTible Exhibition & to win exclusive invites to the media preview on 7 October 2010 HERE
Update 08 October 2010: I was invited to a special PREVIEW of the IRON MAN Exhibition on 07 October 2010 before the public sees them from October 9
PART 1: Preview pictures and report
PART 2: Full ON Armor Iron Men
PART 3: The Weird and Wonderful
PART 4: Stark Raving Mad
Behind-the-Scenes of Hot Toys Iron Man CollARTible Exhibition at Singapore Philatelic Museum posted at Fortress of Testicular Fortitude by good buddy Shaun (a MUST READ!)
Ken Moo's Media Preview - Iron Man CollARTible Exhibition at Singapore Philatelic Museum. Check out this 1.95m tall blogger's post and FLICKR photos
Emerson (another fellow collector who was also at the preview and also goes by the moniker "BloodyJun") has taken beautiful photos of the exhibits - I mean it: this guy's shots are bloody AWESOME!
All credit to www.yesterday.sg and http://www.facebook.com/ILoveMuseums for making all this possible!
Thanks for the heads up!!
I like this "IRON MAN" version compare tro the original.
Pure gun metal finishes just project it's heavy metal feel.
With the additional machine gun & advanced weapon make it even more "COOL".
I really envy your collection , your passion about all this marvelous collectable artwork.
My interest will be mostly deal with cars & test drive.
Congratul...& it just awesome.
thanks Kin, my passion has to do with seeing these figures as 3D art pieces - much more affordable than ACTUAL art pieces and the details of the outfits, accessories and weapons just blow the mind. It'll be impossible to get them 1:1 so 1:6 scale seems much more FUN and the realism is still there.
i did check out your blog too and if cars are your PASSION, then i say GO FOR IT :) some of the shots you took make the cars look 1:1 - amazing!
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