64 Colors' art is like a treasure map to a confectionary wonderland. Fresh, sweet-toothed friends
sprout along the path and act as guides into a fairy-tale forest. It is a world where pineapples dance,
acorns go on adventures, and kittens eat ice cream. At the center of this magical place, is Marshall,
64 Colors' signature marshmallow character. Marshall's mutiny of cuteness began with a letterpress
print in 2008, and he quickly bounced into the third dimension as a successful vinyl toy series.
In the years that followed, Marshall appeared soft as plush and hard as wood, dark and heavy for
Halloween, or light and airy as a paper lantern.
Like Marshall, 64 Colors are shape-shifters. Fueled by sugar, chocolate, caffeine, and sushi, they
produce retro-style designs across a variety of product lines. Their charismatic characters are inspired
by vintage cartoons, anthropomorphic edibles, and Japanese kawaii and have appeared as toys,
apparel, accessories and lifestyle goods available around the world. By mixing the texture of
screen-printing with the smoothness of flat blocks of color, they achieve an aesthetic that is at once
comfortingly familiar and wholly their own.
64 Colors has worked with companies including Sanrio, Blue Q, Disney, Scholastic, Pearson Education,
Harcourt, and Kidrobot. They are regularly commissioned to create custom toys, and their fine art
paintings have been displayed in exhibitions worldwide from Los Angeles to New York, London and Tokyo.