Posted by Nick June 20, 2011

Rampage Toys and Tenacious Toys have got together to bring us this Mini Kaiju Cupcake Blind Box Custom Series. That title is quite the mouthful, as are the toys! (i'm so funny). The series features five artists who have customised 5  2" mini Kaiju Cupcakes cast by Rampage Toys.

Featured in the series are Jon Malmstedt (of Rampage Toys), Justin Hillgrove (Imps & Monsters), NREAZON, Nasty Neil (Wasted Talent) and Osiris Orion. So that's 5 customs by 5 artists so in total there's 25 custom figures to be snagged, Released this Wednesday 22nd of June, 2010 for $35 a pop. Golden ticket winner gets an original 5 x 7" painting by Jon Malmstedt.

Admittedly not my cup of tea, or piece of cake for that matter, but the series looks pretty cool and lovingly self produced between artists and we love to see that kind of desire to produce here at Clutter.

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