Posted by baykiddead March 22, 2012

Ashley Wood's ThreeA toy Heavy Bramble sold out for a reason, and left a lot of folks more than bummed they didn't get one for their collection. Well, now you can change that. A word of warning though, that's a paper toy you're looking at in the above snap. A custom of a custom you might say. Originally translated into a paper template by paper toy artist MCK, and then customized by none other than Marko Zubak, Brummble is every bit as awesome as its inspiration. The texture and depth are amazing, both trademarks of Marko's and the translation into paper is flawless. Get yours HERE.

And if you're into customizing on of your own, visit MCK's site for the blank template.

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