Hi guys! I’m Tasha, Camilla’s operations coordinator- her helper and executive llama extraordinaire. I get to share the cool news and projects Camilla works on here on the blog, and we’d like to share a Camilla project I’ve put together. I’ve hand-painted one of Camilla’s No Ordinary Love statues in a different colorway I’m calling “Attempted Murder”, patterned after Camilla’s painting “Aida”.
I’ve repainted the statue from top to bottom in the new palette, with little sculpted mice and eggs in her hair. The original No Ordinary Love statues are Blue & White – even the white crows have blue tinting in them.
Camilla is an amazing artist and mentor, and it’s a pleasure to get to share how her work inspires the painting I do. This one-of-a-kind colourway will be with me at my Designer Con booth #911 in Pasadena this weekend, November 8-9 at the Pasadena Convention Center. If you’re in the area, swing by and say Hi!
If you haven’t collected your own No Ordinary Love statue yet, we have a few here on The Camilla Store. Does Camilla inspire you to make new artwork too? Show us at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Camilla d’Errico’s No Ordinary Love statue, released by Dark Horse Comics, was nominated in the Designer Toy Awards under Outstanding Production. Thanks to your votes and support, Camilla’s first fine art statue is a Finalist in the category! Other finalists include Coarse Toys, Kaws, Kidrobot x Parra, and more. You can view the finalists in the Outstanding Production board-voted category here.
Camilla’s No Ordinary Love Statue, inspired by her painting of the same name, is a limited edition run of only 950 pieces worldwide. If you have not added one to your collection yet, you can find them here on Camilla’s eStore while they last.
The Designer Toy Awards ceremony will take place during New York Comic Con. You can find Camilla in the NYCC Artist Alley, where she will have new prints, her comics and artbooks, and a selection of merchandise and special items.
If you have questions about the DTA or Camilla’s table at NYCC, drop us a line at email@example.com
Custom Vinyl Kuro Sighting
Speaking of super cool awesome designer toys- Sculptor and Toy Customizer Matt Anderson was spotted working on one of Camilla’s vinyl Kuro toys. Matt has sculpted Kuro’s head into an octopus, with two big tentacles coming off from the two lobes on the back of Kuro’s head. This Kuro is on display at Matt’s Solo Exhibition at SubUrban Vinyl Gallery here, for more of Matt’s work you can follow his Facebook or Instagram @mattacustoms