Posted by marc November 20, 2014
konatsu sofubi

It's not often that a sofubi designer gets her toys distributed through gachapon machines, which makes the newest release from Konatsu even more awesome. This series of tiny sofubi toys are based on the Japanese mythical creature, the Kappa, which is a river monster that looks like a scary Ninja Turtle. While stories of the Kappa are used to scare kids from wandering too close to the water, a...

Posted by Trustpigs November 19, 2014

In an announcement sure to bring cheers and tears of joy to die-hard fans and artists, KR Purchase, LLC (a wholly owned subsidiary of National Entertainment Collectibles Association) and Kidrobot today announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which KR Purchase will acquire Kidrobot. The globally recognized...

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Posted by Trustpigs November 18, 2014

The Super Sucklord has been making resin art toys for over decade, most paying homage to the vintage figures children of the '70s and '80s grew up loving and playing with. And it is finally time for him to tackle the iconic M.U.S.C.L.E. and Monsters In My Pockets lines… again! Yes, his S.U.C.K.L.E. series is back, featuring 10 newly mini figurized...

Posted by marc November 17, 2014
64 colors custom toys

64 Colors have turned a few fan's pets into Marshalls with these two new customs. The first is a cute Yorkshire Terrier sporting some snappy plaid pants and suspenders. The second is a Maine Coon cat, complete with the mane often seen in the breed. The eyes that 64 Colors paint always amaze me and these ones are no exception. 

Posted by marc November 17, 2014
jpk customs

JPK goes all out for his latest commission. This set consists of four customs, with Amanda Visell's What-Did-I-Eat-Aphunt turned into a war elephant as the centerpiece. Aboard the pachyderm killing machine are three of Visell's cavemen from her Tick-Tock Apocalypse series holding spears and war flags. This set is awesome both on a conceptual basis and due to the fact that every piece of...

Posted by Trustpigs November 14, 2014

FOE Gallery hosts their fourth annual fabric art group show in collaboration with renowned fiber artist Lana Crooks, titled "Common Threads." An uncommon collection of textile art from over 30 fiber artists, the show opens with a...

Posted by marc November 12, 2014
ultrauamou

Ayako Takagi and Studio Uamou just announced two new colorways of their awesome UltraUamou. One is a super cool red and transparent version while the other is an ominous grey on black. If you happen to be in Japan, they'll both be available at the Tsuburaya Creative Jam 50 pop-up store in Nagoya until November 25. Check the...

Posted by Trustpigs November 07, 2014

The always impressive Toy Art Gallery will be bringing a bevy of goodies with them to this weekend's Designer Con, including brand new releases, exclusive editions, new apparel and productions toys, and even some prototype sneak peeks at upcoming projects! So swing by DCon Booth #223 to snag the exclusive "Masked Uamou" & "Masked Bastard" micro editions by Uamou, the "Kitsura" hand-...

Posted by marc November 06, 2014
konatsu sofubi

I just got a little more bummed that I'm not going to DesignerCon. Two new color ways of Konatsu's Migora toy and one new colorway of the Nigora have been revealed as show exclusives. The Alice colorway is seafoam green on baby blue and the Peach colorway is a deep yellow on hot pink. No price has been announced, but if you're looking to pick up some super cute sofubi at the con, head over to...

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