The mural “What’s for dinner” can now be seen in the 798 Art District in the capital of China! Our mural was also the backdrop for the opening of the Design festival. Present were officials from embassies including the cultural officer of the emabassy of The Kingdom of the Netherlands. Many thanks to Contesthink! Organizer
Toyism in Hong Kong! They where invited like big rock and roll stars. And now the toyists completed the project Noah’s Ark. Title: The Philosophy of Faith – Noah’s Ark in #HongKong in the Kei Faat Primary School (Yau Tong) Filmed by the Hong Kong Cable TV.
The Diamond Bird has arrived A new toyism artwork arrived in style at the KLM Flight Academy yesterday. Artist ‘Santa’ Dejo presented the artwork to director John Hayward.The artwork was made in honor of the new Diamond DA-42 airplanes which was recently taken into use at the academy. And to celebrate a good neighbourship
The Toyism project in Lima is revealed! The toyism project in Lima was unveiled on December 11th in a festive way.The VIP boat looks beautiful thanks to the talented children who helped the toyists to make the project a success. We also thank the director and the Maria Parado de Bellido school for a wonderful collaboration! Title:
Toyism Art will be in China for the months of June and July! Toyist Dejo and trainee Kixoz will visit Beijing and Hong Kong to promote Toyism Art and make new connections. In Beijing they will meet with people of the Red Gate Gallery, visit the 798 art district and many more museums and galleries. And
The Grand Carnival – Toyism art movement – 25th anniversary On September 2nd, 2017 Toyism celebrated the 25th anniversary of the art movement! The painting Grand Carnival and the sculpture The Flying Dutchman were revealed. As were the MindGames! On top of that, Toyism revealed their own beer! A white ale called “Wedergeboorte” (Rebirth) and
In modern art, there are a number of movements that placed playfulness and fantasy at their center: Surrealism, of course, but also Dada and pop art. Toyism is the latest movement in this tradition: it subverts the canon to put the fun back in art. What’s interesting about this game-like movement is the fact that it’s rule-bound. In this