Posted by marc April 24, 2014
wolverine custom toy by rotobox
Rotobox Vinyl Anatomica have just unvield a shiny new custom based on Wolverine. Coming in two flavors, one sports the vintage yellow and brown uniform while the other uses the blue and yellow suite. The customs feature the stylistic perfection that Rotobox is known for - clean lines, metallic paint, and glossy finishes. Collectors interested in adding a Wolverine to their shelf can email .
Posted by Trustpigs April 23, 2014
Brooklyn-based artist & designer Chris Uphues , known for his painting & drawing compositions of hearts, stars, flowers, shapes, and cartoon-like faces, draws inspiration from a range of popular references, from contemporary artists to classic comics. In celebration of Mother's Day, Uphues will exhibiting a special collection of works at PIQ — found in the Grand Central Terminal (Shuttle Passage, 89 E. 42nd St., New York, NY 10017) — as well as releasing a limited edition print series, chalk-ware figurines in assorted colors, and unique "Heart-style" Mother's Day greeting cards. With...


Posted by marc April 23, 2014
It's the end of an era as Kidrobot will shutter their New York location's door and windows next week. With unforgettable parties, signings, and live paintings, KRNY was one of the must-hit spots for designer toy fans for over a decade. While the East Coast will be left Kidrobot-less for now, the company assures its fans that they are looking to open a new store in a more reasonable New York location in the future. Hit the link to read the news in Kidrobot's own words.
Posted by marc April 22, 2014
Jon-Paul Kaiser 's latest piece is a fitting nod towards black and white era film star, Audrey Hepburn. Using his signature monotone style, JPK adds an exaggerated glare to the high heel shoe with flashes of white paint and embellishes the contours of the ankle with stokes of black. To top it off, a tattoo-style skull is slapped front and center of the foot. Check out the detailed shots in the gallery below! Photo credits: Justin Allfree
Posted by marc April 21, 2014
Steff Bomb has released a total protonic reversal with her paranormally cute Slimer and Ghost Trap plushy. Created for Galleries1988's 30th Anniversary Ghostbusters show, Slimer is held in mid-air by some snazzy lightning bolts. The traveling show is currently in NYC and will soon be visiting LA, Chicago, and San Diego. Check more info on the show here .
Posted by Trustpigs April 18, 2014
The Clutter Gallery is proud to announce a meeting of two powerhouses: a dual solo exhibition of new sculptural works by Luke Chueh and Scott Tolleson ! Titled "Heads" and "Heavenus," respectively, these showcases will share one space & spirit but each artist will uniquely explore the three-dimensional realm. Make sure to follow both Luke Chueh's Instagram as well as Scott Tolleson's Instagram to see work-in-progress pics as these two masters assemble a truly memorable show! With both artists planning to attend the opening reception on May 10th from 6-9PM Eastern time, make sure to mark...
Posted by marc April 17, 2014
There are a lot of skulls in the world of designer toys, but the cranium that is most often associated with the scene is Huck Gee' s Skullhead. His most recent rendition is cast in resin and, sitting atop some finely sculpted shoulders, stands 6 inches tall. With only 50 pieces made, these are sure to go quickly. Pick up a signed and numbered piece from Huck here at 12PM Pacific tomorrow, April 18.
Posted by marc April 16, 2014
WonderCon is only days away. Hit up Super7 at booth #1453 at the Anaheim Convention Center to grab some con exclusives. First up is Toxic Garbage Dump Fosilla. This paleontological hodgepodge of color isn't the result of a drippy paint job; the four-color mishmash is the color of the vinyl itself. Each piece is unique with its own blend of colors. Pick one up for $95. Next up, April showers bring vinyl vampires with the Spring Specter Pocket Rose Vampire. Cast in transparent yellow vinyl and detailed with white, red, blue, and metallic paints and sprays, this 3-incher goes for $25 and is...
Posted by Trustpigs April 16, 2014
The 12-inch tall "Jyujin" vinyl figure designed by Japanese artist GEEK! and produced by Medicom Toy is receiving an extra-special micro edition release courtesy of Mutant Vinyl Hardcore and Rotofugi ! Faciliated by Rotofugi, Rich "LASH" Montanari of MVH painted a small run of the Bigfoot-esque beast in soft Japanese vinyl ( sofubi )! Entitled "Sakura Lord Zone 5 Jyujin" for this edition, which is priced at $165 apiece, this figure will be sold by lottery system… meaning you have to be lucky enough to be randomly selected from the entrants to even pay for this glorious beast! You can enter...


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