Posted by marc May 12, 2016
OSKUNK Customs

OSKUNK, who usually customizes vintage gaming hardware, has taken his Posca markers to an Iron Man mask to create Iron Muerte Man. Based on traditional dia de los muertos skull artwork, this pieces has plenty of intricate lines and OSKUNK pulls off the symmetry perfectly. Maybe Tony Stark should have considered a design like this for one of his million suits in Iron Man 3.


Posted by kristina May 11, 2016
Super 7 Glow Cyclobot Fighter

If you're just a bit superstitious (or have a fear of serial killers sporting hockey masks), you might be dreading this Friday. Don't fear-Super 7 and Secret Base are releasing a new toy that's ready to kick any unlucky butt this week! Glow Cyclobot Fighter is boxing...

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Posted by brittandpuppycat May 11, 2016
Clutter Gallery Presents: "Shrunken Heads" – A Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez Solo Exposition!

The Clutter Gallery is excited to present "Shrunken Heads", a solo exhibition by Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez. This show features surreal, never before seen, one-of-a-kind pieces by the contemporary artist. 
Carlos himself will even be traveling from Venezuela to New York to attend the opening!
The opening reception will be free to the public and take place on May...

Posted by marc May 10, 2016

Complex have teamed up with Pharrel Williams and Takashi Murakami to bring the first ever ComplexCon to Long Beach, CA. on November 5 and 6, 2016. The daytime events will focus on style and food while the night schedules consist of media and music performances. Pharrel will serve as Cultural Director and Host Committee Chair while Murakami will be directing the con's art and design....

Posted by marc May 10, 2016
Fakir customs

Fakir continues to prove his ridiculous painting skills with another Be@rbrick portrait, this time of David Beckham, who might be known just as well for his 40+ tattoos as he is for his footballing skills. Fakir accurately recreates Beckham's sleeves, torso, and back pieces, which is extra impressive considering how varied in style the tattoos are. And that's not to even mention the killer...

Posted by marc May 10, 2016
Sekure D Dunny

Sekure D's first-ever production Dunny which is also Kidrobot's first-ever 5-inch Dunny is launching this Friday! Codename Unknown features the Australian sneaker and toy customizer's signature aquatic textures and bold colors. Kidrobot did a great job recreating his painting style on a mass produced toy, and it looks like the head, body, and arms are each cast in different colors of vinyl....

Posted by marc May 10, 2016

Prep for launch! Alex Pardee's Astronaut will be dropping at 1PM today over at ToyQube, who also produced the figure. This is apparently a "Day One" edition, which is excluded from the standard set of 200 Astonauts produced. Expect to pay about $130. If you don't have any luck today at ToyQube, these are still up for...

Posted by marc May 06, 2016
Conrad Roset Art

Conrad Roset is one of my favorite artists. His ink and watercolor illustrations are simple but masterful. And the subjects of his Muses series are absolute knock-outs. He shares past paintings and works in progress through his social accounts and lately has been creating the art for a Japanese-developed game called Gris, which looks to be an experimental platformer. The...

Posted by marc May 06, 2016
Horrible Adorables x Kidrobot

The first two Horrible Adorables vinyl toys - Spruce Spricket and Tangled Twins - are now available from Kidrobot. And you might want to pick them up sooner rather than later, as Kidrobot have just revealed that each sculpt is limited to 1,000 pieces. The brand also revealed the release windows for the five additional...


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