This bear was the first of its kind made at the Lab. He was not only a proof of concept but also an ideal mannequin for clothing ideas. His suspender shorts are held with wooden buttons! Available for sale in the shop.
A 30 inch sculpture of a chicken, turned duck. Handmade from recycled materials, Sculpey clay, second hand costumes. Ducken currently lives in the Always Strange Lab.
Lola and Tinker
Lola and Tinker are siblings, born one day apart in the Lab. They are about 10 inches tall and love hanging out with each other! Lola just moved from the Lab to her new owner, a toddler in Minnesota and will hopefully love her new home!
This little thing was made to order for a friend's 2 year old niece. She left the lab in a hurry to be with her new best friend.
Handmade from different colors of plastic, some of which glow in the dark. Free-hand 3Doodler creation!
"Theodore TP Price"
A handmade 5 inch sculpture of a little fly creature with wire wings and body made from toilet paper (hence the name!) TP was sold to at the November 8th, 2014 Pancakes and Booze show.
A handmade 36 inch sculpture of a dragon, turned dinosaur, turned kangaroo creature started by Always Strange in 2012 and finished in 2014. This is an in-progress picture showcasing the rough materials look. The animal consists of found objects, recycled bottles, newspaper and tape. Roo currently lives in the Always Strange Lab.
Hand sewn buddies by Always Strange, made as Christmas presents for family. Both are made from extra faux suede fabric initially intended for a couch reupholstering project that never took off. Both creatures currently live in Syracuse, NY.
This guy was a "proof-of-concept" for the Functional Toys idea. He's filled with feed corn and can be popped in the microwave for warm snuggles. He still lives the Lab and regularly provides warm comfort to his creator.
Handmade from recycling materials and trash and adorned with second hand clothing from Goodwill. Turducken is the aspiring ballerina with species dysphoria, Roo was once a dinosaur but decided to live as a kangaroo for now, and Old Man Bunny was greatly inspired by the Teletubbies when they were on the air so he shaves his belly to look more like them.
In progress lab of ongoing stuffed animal projects. Preparing commissions and inventory for a show.
Current inventory of stuffed teddy bears and rabbits for a show.