Clutter Gallery – Horrible Adorables & Planet Rainbow Sparkles 2

They Came From Planet Rainbow Sparkles 2: Glitter In Your Eye!


From the farthest reaches of Outer Space, beyond the Gum Gum Galaxy and the Nougat Nebula, lies a planet of Magical Sparkle Glitter. Once a year the inhabitants of the tinsel covered shiny wonder that is Planet Rainbow Sparkle invade the Clutter Gallery.

Spreading their rainbow filled joy, they bring pleasure and wonder to the boys and girls of the Designer Toy Universe. But warning! Don’t turn your back on any glittery monster, they may all look cute, but one sneeze and you’ll have glitter in your eye!

Presenting the following amazing artists:
Absurdery / American Gross / Beanie Bat / Chima Group / Czee / Danny Roldan / Domenico Scalisi / Dongcheol Choi / Ears & Dears / Eimi Takano / Eloise Kim / Erica Borghstijn / Flat Bonnie / Grumble Toy / Jackie Harder / Javier Jiménez / Jay222 / Jaykishen / JCORP / Jelly Koe / Kamenthya / Katie Gamb / Kelly Denato / Kendra’s Customs / KKAMoxo / Kyle Kirwan / Lisa Rae / Hansen / Little Lazies / Magda / Miss Little Zombie / Mumbot / Ngaew Ngaew / Nympheas Dolls / Petit Kokolí / Rato Kim / Remjie / Rico / TOiNZ / Sad Salesman / SaoZen / Seulgie / Simon Says Macy / Steve Ferrera / Subconscious Tails / Tasha Zimich / Teresa Chiba / The Bots / Thomas I. Rabbits / Tweedlebop / TwelveDot / Valency Genis / Vanessa Ramirez / What The Farmer / Wild Whimsy Woolies / Zard Apuya / Ziqi

All artists were assigned a color and the exhibition will be displayed as a rainbow.

The Horrible Adorable Show!

The Clutter Gallery is proud to present an amazing solo spectacular from artist duo, Horrible Adorables! 

Horrible Adorables are the creations of husband and wife team, Jordan Elise Perme, and Christopher Lees. Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, they met when studying at the Cleveland Institute of Art, where Jordan graduated with a BFA in Fiber and Material Studies, and Chris a BS in Mechanical Engineering.

The duo has a distinct and recognizable style. Using meticulously arranged patterns of felt scales and hand carved foam forms, their characters are uniquely cartoonish with a realistic undertone. Strange hybrid creatures from unknown fantastical worlds!

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Media Journalist | Michael loves all things Pop Culture. He has an opinion about everything, whether you ask for it or not. Michael collects Convention Exclusives, Legos, Prints, Steelbooks, Transformers, and everything in between.