Posted by Miranda February 12, 2016
 MILKBOY x KENTH TOY WORKS

Kenth Toy Works has teamed up with well-known Harajuku brand Milkboy on a brand new collaboration toy and t-shirt!

Taking inspiration from the Kubrick cult classic movie A Clock Work Orange, Kenth created this 12-inch tall sofubi figure; Nadsat Boy. Accompanying the figure are a resin cane, mask and base accessory, all with hand painted details.  The figure has two...

Posted by marc February 12, 2016
New Get Up Kids Album

Talk about something to write home about: The Get Up Kids are in the studio recording new music! We don't know whether this will be an EP or an LP, but I'll take what I can get from my third favorite band of all time (the top two being The Receiving End of Sirens and Glassjaw). The '90s / early 2000s emo band (you know, from when "emo" was an actual musical genre and before it was...

Posted by marc February 12, 2016
2-Foot Tall Pacific Rim Jaeger LEGO Sculpture

What do 5,000 LEGO pieces, 86 hours of work, and a love for giant robots get you? A giant LEGO robot, obviously. Builder Jason Corlett went all out preparing for the ABS plastic kaiju onslaught. All this Jaeger needs is a LEGO tanker / baseball bat accessory. Check out more of Jason's work here.

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Posted by marc February 12, 2016
BFFs Series 3 by Travis Cain x Kidrobot

I've been waiting for this moment literally for forever. Kidrobot have just announced that they're reviving Travis Cain's BFF toys with a third blindbox series! These toys come in pairs of best friends who really shouldn't be hanging out together. Examples from Series 1 & 2 include a tooth with candy, an apple with a worm, and a cupcake with a fork. Judging by the box art, Series 3...

Posted by marc February 11, 2016
#TBT | Rolitoboy Mini French Kiss Series by Rolito

After spending years working on Toy2r’s Qee platform, French designer Rolito created a few toys of his own. 2006 saw the release of both the Rolitoboy and Rolitoboy Mini French Kiss Series. Even though they were smaller in stature, the Mini series toys were what struck a chord.

12 variants were created for the series, which included artists like 123Klan, Superdeux, and of course...

Posted by kristina February 11, 2016
Peter Kato Clear Valentine Bunnie Raffle

If you needed another reason to own the February colorway of Peter Kato x Clutter Magazine Bedtime Bunnie, other than it being adorable, here's an even cuter reason. When you purchase this Bedtime Bunnie, you're automatically entered into a...

Posted by marc February 11, 2016
Kidrobot x Frank Frazetta

Franks collide! Even though he's vacationing in Japan, Frank Kozik has still found the time to tease some new and surprising products from Kidrobot. Even if you don't know the name Frank Frazetta, you know his work. His art has appeared across novels, comic books, album covers and plenty more, often using fantasy and sci-fi themes, with his takes on Conan and Tarzan possibly being his most...

Posted by marc February 11, 2016
Peace, Love and Understanding by Ron English x T.A.G.

I don't think my fragile psyche can handle this new sculpture by Ron English, which is presented by T.A.G. Cast in Japanese vinyl, Peace, Love and Understanding combines the symbols of the heart, the brain, and the peace sign to form one humanoid figure. "Ron's impetus was to expand the world of the kaiju figure from the tradition of the inventive monster into the world of high concept...

Posted by marc February 11, 2016
boom art Prints Hokusai & Other Japanese Art on Surf Boards

Thank god they didn't go with Hokusai's Great Wave off Kanagawa. French surf and skate shop boom art follow up their series of triptych imbued surf boards with five boards stamped with famous Japanese wood block prints. Three of the five use art originally created by Katsushika Hokusai, arguably the most recognizable artist of his movement and staple of dorm room walls...

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