Posted by Geoff April 30, 2010

Things have been quiet on the Dok A custom front of late, although we know he has a new production piece in the pipeline with RAJE. Well he's back with a bang, or should that be 'a mechanical whirr' with this breathtaking custom based on the old 360 Toy Group Futura Nosferatu.

Commissioned by UK collector and friend of Clutter, Jack, to join a host of other custom Nosferatu's featured on this blog by FARKFK and Scribe, this piece is stunning mixing all the usual Dok A stylistic touches - not much else to add really, the pics say it all.


 

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