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Originally from Melbourne, the graffiti duo created a limited edition set of plates featuring cartoon adaptations of trucks that were painted by Dabs and Myla.
DabsMyla (Dabs and Myla) are a husband-and-wife team of artists from Melbourne, Australia. They are known for their whimsical pop-art paintings and illustrations and 100% collaborative approach to their work, refusing to be individually credited. The two moved to Los Angeles in 2009 and have shared their work in massive, public formats from the walls of Rio de Janeiro, London, Detroit, Norway and Tahiti to downtown LA. They designed and created the elaborate set of the 2015 MTV Movie Awards as well as the event’s logo and award statuette. In 2015, DabsMyla transformed a 4,000-foot Spanish revival-style building in Los Angeles into the immersive installation Before and Further in collaboration with Modernica, the American Modernism furniture brand. They have also been commissioned by large apparel and houseware brands such as Adidas and Sanrio. In early 2016, DabsMyla painted colorful murals covering the outside of Bob Baker’s Marionette Theater, an iconic Los Angeles institution located in historic Filipinotown.
Not microwave or dishwasher safe. Hand wash only.
Diameter 21cm. Set 2, one of each design.
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