Who is Curster?

11:08 PM on 05.14.2008 // Colette Bennett

So many beautiful things land in my inbox on a daily basis that I find myself slightly immune to a lot of their charms, but discovering the full range of Curster's work today was like that girl that walks past you and you smell her perfume and suddenly the world seems to slow down like an old stuttering reel of film. That's the best kind of distraction, when something is so stunning it seems to blur away the world around it for a moment or two.

Curster creates everything from plush to vinyl customs, but the faces of her minions are a trademark stamp -- once you see that face, you know its her work. She sells her art and some plushes through Etsy, with prices ranging from $13 to $90. She has a Deviant Art profile too, where you can see some absolutely amazing Munnys that will likely make your jaw drop.

If you live in the Minneapolis area, you can see Curster's work in person at Robot Love on Lyndale Ave, where several of her pieces are for sale. She also has a show running at the Soo Visual Arts Center through May 31st entitled Curster's Fantastico, so check it out if you are lucky enough to be in the vicinity.

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