CLUTTER MEDIA GROUP and CLUTTER MAGAZINE are thrilled to launch CLUTTER MARKETPLACE, a fresh new online retail experience. CLUTTER MAGAZINE, lauded as the go-to source for up-to-the-minute news in vinyl toy culture, and now the proven authority and industry leader, is bringing the masses the opportunity to purchase merchandise from a specially curated group of artists direct from CLUTTER‘s own webstore. The new initiative kicks off with a collection of mini markets featuring UNBOX Industries, EVIL INK Comics and Ron English’s POPAGANDA.

With the launch of the CLUTTER MARKETPLACE, The CLUTTER EMPIRE adds another key asset to its portfolio of valuable offerings. As the publishers of CLUTTER MAGAZINE and the creators of the DESIGNER TOY AWARDS CLUTTER MEDIA GROUP continues to be a power influencer – a conduit to one of the key trendsetting subcultures in contemporary pop culture. The world of vinyl creation and collecting is growing far beyond the boundaries of the specialty toy shop and comic book store. Vinyl toy design is a trending international art form, attracting high caliber artists and a fan base spanning several outside demographics: from sneaker pimps, to high art collectors, to music fans and fringe enthusiasts. CLUTTER is a one-stop entry into this market, combining accomplished media components with an eye for good design and a proven retail savvy.

CLUTTER MARKETPLACE begins with three new partnerships and will continue to expand into new collaborations with today’s groundbreaking, trendsetting artists. As always, CLUTTER maintains a commitment to growing the community by providing far reaching exposure of these once niche and underground brands, companies and art styles.

“We’re really excited to be able to use Clutter’s reach to help broaden the audience for such great artists,” commented Miranda O’Brien, Clutter Media Group’s founder. “Many of them are our long-time friends and we’re more than happy to help give them whatever boost we can.”

CLUTTER MARKETPLACE is quickly gaining momentum as the ultimate online destination for Art Culture, Vinyl Toys, Comics and more.

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For press inquiries and additional information, please contact Adrenaline PR and Maria Ferrero at 732-462-4262 or

ABOUT CLUTTER MAGAZINE: Clutter is the world’s premier media source for Designer Toys and the trusted thought-leader of this global subculture community. Since 2004, Clutter has been the go-to destination for creatives, companies and collectors, providing regular in-depth trend analysis directly from the vinyl frontier where fine art meets fine artifacts. With a high-quality print magazine, dynamic online portals, lively social media channels and the first industry-established annual award ceremony, Clutter is the catalyst for a uniquely active and vocal community engaged in the serious business of work and play. Clutter Magazine and the Designer Toy Awards are divisions of Clutter Media Group, LLC. For further information about Clutter, please visit


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