Sunday, 14 December 2008

Friday, 5 December 2008

Write up on Toy Cyte!

Monster Workshop featured on a recent blog post at
go take a look, its packed with info on the latest designer vinyl/plush and customs. Cheers guys for such a great write up.

Wednesday, 3 December 2008

Cling-ons are off to see the Wizard!

The first batch of Cling-ons were shipped off to Wizard sleeve toys yesterday, The online company is based in the US and stocks a massive range of cool stuff, from original artist works to designer toys. The Cling-ons will hopefully be on sale on their online store in the next few weeks, hopefully in time for christmas, ill let you know. But for peeps in the UK, they are already available at the Stitches and glue store

The Cling-ons can also be made with custom coloured facial features apon request, so please drop us a line.

Wednesday, 26 November 2008

Monster Trade part 2!

Here's Mela, with her new found friends, at
Mela was found locked in an airing cupboard in an empty, repossessed property, by its new owners. She was clearly traumatised by the ordeal and Monster Workshop found it difficult to coax her out, but she responded well to white chocolate buttons. She’s still a bit wary of small dark places but will make an ideal companion for holly and friends.

Sunday, 23 November 2008

Keep up-to-date!

If you would like to know when new products are available before
everyone else, drop me an email to:
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Friday, 21 November 2008

Vinyl Abuse, Online Art Magazine

The UK Online Art Magazine, Vinyl Abuse, gave Monster Workshop a mention last weekend. Cheers fella's and thank's for positive comments! Vinyl Abuse branches out to provide various forms of visual expression from studio to street, well worth a nosey!

Shout out for Monster Workshop!

The super cool guy's at Plastic and Plush recently gave Monster Workshop a mention on their designer toy news and reviews blog. It's rammed with the latest info on what's going on in the designer toy world. Go take a look!

Sunday, 9 November 2008

Monster trade!

This week Stitches and Glue did a trade with 'A little stranger' and got a new family member, little skull Yeti, seen here being cuddled by Ohdo. He was made by the super talented Holly at

in return Holly will be getting a custom made Albino monster. Hope she likes it as much as i do Skully!

Sunday, 2 November 2008

Happy Halloween!

Wallace and Gromit in Romford

Managed to grab a quick pic of these two cruising the oh so beutiful town of Romford. hmm, Gromit seems to have grown a bit!

Starbuck's snack


Wonky Windsor

Saw this building when on a weekend trip to Staines/Windsor, Located in the heart of the town, right next to The Guildhall in the High Street. A small building that is literally crooked...

Friday, 17 October 2008

Lucky Monster Paws

Along with the Monster skin rugs, these lucky Monster paws will also be available in a few weeks, the perfect stocking filler!

Clutter magazine ad

Issue 13 of Clutter magazine went on general release a few days ago, which features a small ad for Stitches and Glue!! If your not aware of the magazine, its a must have read for any Designer toy collector. featuring articles on Art, Toys, Graffitti, Music and fashion. They've also got a regularly updated blog too, go take a look

The new issue features an artilcle on the unique works of Angry Woebots, responcible for the panda artwork on the front cover. Whichs leads me onto this image i came across yestarday, a huge grizzly sculpture!! This guy is a resident of Denver in the US, forever peering into their convention center ... i want one.

Thursday, 16 October 2008

Monster Skin Rugs

Featured at the recent Islington fair, Monster Skin Rugs
will be available to purchase within the next few weeks,
available in a number of colours. ill keep you posted..

Sweet Dreams

Featured at the recent show, brand spanking new
3dimensional illustration.
Prints start at £30 signed (unframed) with a limited
run of 20. Please contact for more deatails

The Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair

Thanks to all that came and supported, it turned out to be a great event, many Monsters were re-homed and my work got a great response. Below are a few pics from the event, more at:

Fruit Art!

I came across melon carving a while back,
its big in Taiwan apparently.

some more examples of fruit art, but this time using
oranges and the outer shell of a melon, good fun!

Pictures borrowed from

The Run up to the Islington Contemporary Art and Design fair

I decided to take part in this years Islington Contemporary Art and Design fair, london. The aim of the shows are to promote up-coming contemporary talent and give people the opportunuty to buy works directly from the artist. A great opportunity for me to knuckle down and knock out some fresh stuff. Stay tuned.....

Behind the Scenes in the Stitches and Glue studio

A little too much Evo! (glue)

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

Sandy sculptures

These pictures were from a recent world sand sculpture event, no idea were it took place and exactly when, sorry, featuring the best of the best. Just goes to show that with the perfect sand/water ratio these guys can create almost anything.

Paper Yoda!

pure genious. ive tried some paper folding in the past, but this is another level, gifted this person is.

Glass Mammary glands!

Can't remember were i came across these images, but i felt i needed to share them. What an interesting job!!

Tuesday, 14 October 2008

Crammed Organism's exhibition photos

Here are a few of the pics taken during the month of the Crammed Organism's shows. i picked out the ones were you can just about see Gulli. Loads more can be found at Cranky Yellows, the shows organisors, flikr account

Stitches and Glue Cling-ons!!

Now available at the online store
go take a looksy!

Crammed Organism's, Worlds largest Plush show 2008. St Louis, USA

I recently took part in the largest collection of hand-made plush in St Louis, USA called Crammed Organism's, back in July. It was a great event that even had its own book published to accompany it, showcasing artists work from across the world. My Work made it on to the book's front cover, (Above) in the form of an illustration by the artist Kill Taupe.

four Gulli's were shipped out to St Louis and were exhibited over a period of a month, ill be posting pics of the exhibitions very shortly. For more about Gulli, check out his page at: