Posted by Erica June 26, 2012

We've just recieved news regarding Mikie Graham Plans for SDCC 2012! Mikie has created a run of 10 mini jumping brain figures he calls "This Is Your Brain". These figures are a recreation of the 80's anti-drug scare ad "Your Brain On Drugs"

 

Playing with the shape of the mini figure, Mikie used clear resin and a little hand painted detail to make the vinyl figures resemble a sunny-side up egg. Finishing off the scale illusion, Mikie found miniature cast iron frying pans that perfectly fit his mini fried eggs!

Each egg comes compete with customized packaging- a black cardboard box with removable photo print mounted to its lid.



Both the figure and the print come hand signed and numbered.





Mikie will have 10 of his creations for sale at Dragatomi's booth #4935 starting on Preview night for only $45.



While you're there make sure to check out the "Dragatomi Hug" resin figures that Mikie painted for Blamo Toys also available starting preview night for only $25!





Can't make Comic Con but love this retro resin creation? Mikie hints that a few might make their way to his website once he finds time to update it in August, until then keep an eye on Mikie's Twitter feed @zombiemonkie.

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