Posted by marc February 05, 2016
Follow Friday | Nathan Jurevicius Scarygirl

Creator of Scarygirl, Nathan Jurevicius is a staple of the designer toy scene. But that's not exactly why we're highlighting him in this week's Follow Friday. What's caught my eye recently is Nathan's near-daily colored pencil illustrations of momentus events if rock 'n' roll history. Despite their scribbled, minimalist style, the musicians featured in the drawings are instantly recognizable,...

Posted by marc February 05, 2016
Clutter Magazine & Gallery News | February 2016

Groundhog Day, Abe Lincoln and Darwin's birthdays, Valentine's Day, New York Toy Fair - there's a lot going on in February. And that's of course true with Clutter Magazine, too! This month we'll be hosting our fourth annual (In)Action Figures group exhibition from Saturday, February 13 through Friday, March 4. A free opening ceremony will be held next Friday from 6-9PM. This show features art...

Posted by marc February 05, 2016
Sorayama Does Marilyn Monroe

Hajime Sorayama's airbrush work will transport you right back to the 1980s. But for this exhibit titled “An actress is not a machine, but they treat you like a machine.” he melds 1980s aesthetics with 1950s pop culture by reinterpreting famous photos of Marilyn Monroe as his famous Sexy Robot character. The Nanzuka Gallery in Tokyo is hosting this solo exhibition, featuring both paintings...

Posted by marc February 05, 2016
New Chima Group Sofubi for Wonder Festival

With only a few releases during the second half of 2015, things had been pretty quiet with Chima Group. But today they announced they're brining two brand new casts to Wonder Festival on Saturday and Sunday. Naughty Monster Comic (as translated by Google) is similar to their Amedas character, but features an open mouth and cartoony motion-blur running legs. There's a hole in the bottom of the...

Posted by marc February 05, 2016
Adorable Plushies by Amuse Now at Rotofugi

These are so cute I'm going to throw up! Rotofugi have imported Japanese plush toys by Amuse, and like most things from Japan, they're just plain ridiculous. The Fluffy Fuwa Time Angora Bunny comes in pink, white, brown, and mint colorways, each with a bit of blush on the cheeks, and the pink one comes with a bow. The Zou no Pororon is a pudgy little elephant that comes in blue, mint, yellow,...

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Posted by brittandpuppycat February 05, 2016
Seulgie's Valentine Satyrs gives us heart eyes!

Looking for something sweet for your Valentine?

Hurry, Seulgie dropped her Valentine's Day Satyrs at 1PM EST. They're sold out on Toy Republic's web store, so now is your chance to grab one!

Having apprenticed under Peter Kato, we are not surprised by...

Posted by marc February 04, 2016
#TBT | Cheech Wizard by Mark Vaughn Bode

It's Thursday! Hop in the DeLorean and join me in 2003, AKA Year 1 B.D. (Before Dunny) in Kidrobot time. Actually, let's go all the way back to 1967, which is when Vaugh Bodē's Cheech Wizard character was first published and quickly became a staple of National Lampoon. Basically a stoned, hedonistic, and psychedelic version of Gandalf, Cheech Wizard lives in a magical forest...

Posted by marc February 04, 2016
Custom Pac-Man Nike Air Force 1 Low Sneakers by Sekure D

People think that Pac-Man got his name because Namco though kids would vandalize "Puck-Man" to say "Fuck-man" But that's not true at all. "Pakupaku" is the Japanese onomatopoeia for scarfing down food... OK, I'll stop my Scott Pilgrim impression now. Sekure D turns Nike's Air Force 1 Low into a Pac-Man maze, complete with food pellets, the ghosts (Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Clyde), and of course...

Posted by marc February 04, 2016
Production Shots of Lunartik's Big Licker

Well that was quick! After a successful Kickstarter campaign in late 2015, Lunartik, AKA Matt JOnes, is already sharing production shots of his Big Licker toy, and it looks amazing! The glossy red tongue really sells the piece. Keep in mind that many of the parts aren't finished or polished, so expect...


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