Chris Dobson's Unfold exhibition opens Dec. 13

12:30 PM on 11.21.2012 // Brian Szabelski
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Features new art from the maker of Evil Origami figure

Chris "alto" Dobson's work has a very cool origami/folded papercraft look to it, and the creator of the Evil Origami figure will be having an exhibition next month to show off his work. Unfold will be taking place Thursday, Dec. 13, at Little Ox Gallery (23 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh, Scotland). 

The show will feature 10 prints from Chris (which you can pre-order right now in his shop), limited to 50 pieces each and running £15 each. It'll also feature some collectibles: custom Evil Origamis from artists Lisa Rae Hansen, Conzo, Klingatron, Effektive, Berg, Daniel Seex, Badatmath, Robbie Porter, Verity Keniger, and The Lindstrom Effect. Finally, the show will have its own piece, a mascot named Little Ox produced in collaboration with Creo Design and appearing at the show in a variety of colorways. Should be an interesting show; will anyone of you out there in the Tomopop community be checking it out?

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