Star Wars is a huge part of the Toy Community as a whole from collecting to photography and its almost inescapable in every day life. We’re huge Star Wars fans here at Exclu and so we have teamed up with @starwarsdaily to present to you a new Star Wars […]
Over the past week we stumbled onto the work of up-and-coming photographer Alex Burchill @toyssandstuff and his increasingly impressive portfolio.
Following hot on the heels of Hollie Jeakins artist insight , we take a closer look at the photographic process of David Valdez who operates within the Toy photography community via his handle fatherfigures .
Our first feature of 2017 concerns the work of Hollie Jeakins ( @cosmictoys over on Instagram ). We tasked Hollie to respond visually to a phrase and show her interpretation of it through a series of shots.
We recently got the chance to catch up with Olly and get his thoughts on the toy community as well as the experiences and inspirations that led to him becoming a member of our community.
To bring in the New Year, we are offering you the chance to win a “Deranged Alley Pop-Up Diorama” in partnership with Extreme-Sets.
To celebrate the New Year, we’ve teamed up with Extreme-Sets who will be supplying our readers with exclusive discounts, great giveaways and a further insight into their bespoke product.
2016 has seen some incredible content created by our community of photographers and it has been a huge year for Exclu, as we began our showcasing platform back in September.
We’re excited to announce that we will be launching our store front from where the community can get their hands on physical printed copies of our back catalogue of Issues, as well as all new Issues launching in 2017.
We recently got the chance to delve into the backstory of California based photographer Ardy Jo and get a handle of his photographic process when out on a shoot.
Just before the festive break, we had the chance to have a chat with Benedek Lampert to hear about his experiences and back story as a Lego photographer.
This month we tasked the community to show us their interpretations of our theme word ” Companionship ” and they done just that.