i have 2012-2013 bluehouse antics and they are amazing. I love them. really great ski for goin through crud, hitting rails, popping 5 feet in the air, or spinning. These are amazing skis and it honestly doesnt matter where the skis are made if it is a small company because they are forced to make good product or else they will go out of business. I love bluehouse and will probably use these skis for my comps this year. And to my surprise, the geometry of the tips and tails of the bluehouse skis are more of gradual slope so they plane over the crud and some powder. These skis are great and you will never hear anything different from what i have seen, but durability is iffy, but i am lucky and got a solid pair.
As far as ARTificial. is concerned, I have emailed them a few times and they are legit, the skis sound sick and are really cool looking too. you are also supporting a small company so that is another bonus(but bluehouse is a small company too)
Basically just go with if you want a stiffer ski with more floaty ski, then ARTificial. If you want a more versitle park ski that can do more in the park+ most big mountain if you arent too heavy, then go with Bluehouse.