Posted by Trustpigs August 07, 2012

In our continuing coverage of the fantastic sounding "Super Suck Up!" exhibit for this year's Designer Con, in which an array of artists will be customizing the base Sucklord figure in tribute to the man himself… the twist being that each artist is producing 50 copies of their design which will cost $100 apiece. Joining the prestigious pool of talent we have Matt "Onell Design" Doughty, best known for his Glyos toy work. While there's no teaser of the backing card's art to accompany this at the moment, one can certainly respect this simple, clean and sleek take on The Super Sucklord.

Participating artists in the show are (links go to our coverage of their contribution, if available): Bill McMullen, Buff Monster, DrilOneDoktor A, Ferg, Frank KozikJason Freeny, L'amour Supreme, Luke Chueh, October Toys, Onell Design, Paul Kaiju, Scott Tolleson, Scott Wilkowski, Skinner and — of course — one by The Sucklord himself.

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