Johnson on PCDaily

You can rely on Nicole Johnson for some almost-cute, not-so-scary polymer monsters. Flip through her site for your virtual haunted house experience.

Nicole describes her MealyMonsters issues when she puts them up for sale on Etsy. Her characters have been mistreated and misunderstood and now they’re a bit cranky or mischevious. Now they’re ready to party. Happy Halloween.

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  • reply Alison ,

    Nicole’s work is amazing! She combines fun, original designs with expert craftsmanship. If you have the opportunity to visit her at a show don’t miss it!

    • reply Rosanna Cappellino ,

      I Agree with Alison Nicole Johnson’s work is to die for! I have the pleasure of living in the same city(Buffalo) as her and I own a few of her pieces myself and I admire her work…..

      • reply Sandra D. ,

        I like to sculpt monsters specially for the “DAY OF THE THE DEAD’. amazing work.

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