Kerby Rosanes is a Philippines-based illustrator known for his intricate and whimsical black-and-white doodles. Although he has primarily gained recognition for his detailed sketching, he has also ventured into the world of art toys, which are designer toys created by artists as collectibles or for display. Rosanes' art toys often incorporate his signature style of intricate line work and patterns. He uses a mix of geometric and organic shapes, as well as various characters and creatures, to create visually captivating pieces. The limited edition art toys he designs are typically made from materials such as vinyl, resin, or wood. His art toys have attracted the attention of collectors and fans worldwide, making him a notable figure in the designer toy community. To learn more about Kerby Rosanes and his work, you can visit his website, check out his social media profiles, or explore his art toys at various art galleries and online retailers that specialize in designer toys.
Kerby Rosanes Global Warming Inked Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes
Purchase Global Warming- Inked Limited Edition Polystone Sculpture Artwork by graffiti street artist modern pop artist Kerby Rosanes. 8” Polystone Art Toy. Global Warning returns in its second colorway, the Inked Edition. Capturing the beauty of Kerby Rosanes’ ink-based artworks with its stencil-like paintwork, Global Warning (Inked Edition) brings the detailed ink linework of Rosanes’ designs to life with this distinct piece in all its monochromatic glory. “Detailed lines using ink make up the entire artwork to a point that use of colours will be unnecessary. The fantasy twist in nature-related themes dominates my black and white universe.” - Kerby Rosanes
Kerby Rosanes Lost Space Boy Draco Art Toy Sculpture by Kerby Rosanes
Purchase Lost Space Boy- Draco Polystone Sculpture Limited Edition Artwork by Artist Kerby Rosanes of Pop Graffiti Painting & Street Art Fame. 2022 Limited Edition New In Box At 6” tall and 9” long, Lost Space Boy: Draco by Kerby Rosanes is made from Polystone. The Draco constellation is engraved along the translucent body, paying homage to the group of stars that inspired this piece.