If you love Toy Art like we do, you will love what we have selected for Day 3 of Geekmas.
Starting with the AwesomO from South Park. Cartman plays a prank on Butters by disguising himself in a crude cardboard robot suit named “A.W.E.S.O.M.-O 4000” and by putting himself in a crate “from Japan” on Butters’ doorstep. Cartman is planning to befriend Butters so that he can discover his most embarrassing secrets, which will allow him to blackmail and/or embarrass him in school.
Get your own OwesomO here for U$59.99.
If you want something more sculptured, what about Bella Delamere “Night at the Opera” edition by Doktor A, produced by Arts Unknown (remember this name, you will see it a lot on this blog). This edition of Bella is limited to 175 pieces worldwide
You can find one for sale here for US$60.
Dead Zebra, Inc’s Dyzplastic division has joined forces with Google to bring their Android™ mascot to life via an ever-expanding line of officially licensed collectibles!
If you love to collect Toy Art, this is a good acquisition for your collection, as Android Mini are always releasing new series. You can get them on Ebay with varying prices.
Medicom Toys has created a BE@RBRICK for the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens Movie. This Bearbrick is a translucent icy blue plastic with details decorating the surface of the toy in white, and is available in 400% and 1,000% versions.
You can find them on ebay for U$500.00 (Size: 400%).
Tokidoki Donutella “comes from a planet where sugar is used as energy. One day while out scouting the milky way for a new fuel source in her donut U.F.O., Donutella discovered planet Earth”… That is the story of this really cute Toy Art with these adorable donut shapes.
Adventure Time puff Jake is a good option for a fan of the show. The vinyl figure is Standing 7″ tall, and is a limited edition medium figure.Buy it here on the Kidrobot website.
Most of my Toy Art collection are from Kidrobot; I have a variety of editions which I will post more details about on the blog. I love these vinyls!!
Kidrobot is a producer and retailer of designer toys, vinyl art toys and collectibles founded in 2002 by Paul Budnitz, specialising in artist-created toys and imports from Japan, Hong Kong, and Europe. He is always teaming up with other toy designers to create new series of these toys.
Below is the Kidrobot 2011 “Lightning Bolt God” by Travis Lampe.
Please comment below which is your favourite Toy Art and take a look at Ebay to find more of the Kidrobot collection and share your favourite with us.