Posted by Miranda January 06, 2015

Sucklord and Wasted Talent have teamed up to bring you "Gayberry" Mini Marijauna Medallions. All resin cast and individually hand painted, they are signed and splattered by The Sucklord. The chain measures 27" and the run is limited to 50 pieces. 

Available now on for $25....

Posted by marc January 05, 2015
Ame Ame Uamou Lamé Lavender

The most recent Uamou to hit Japan is this collaboration with ame ame. Cast in transparent lavender sofubi and accented with lamé (AKA pretty sparkles), this edition will be sold at retail exclusively in a Japanese store called Atelier Shop. Collectors outside Japan can still purchase the toy by contacting

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Posted by marc December 30, 2014
Custom Hood Zombie by JPK

The Force is strong with this custom. JPK and his client decided to use Super7's Hood Zombie for his newest custom. The cosmic zombie has been customized to resemble Darth Vader while retaining the style of the late 2000s classic. We've heard that George Lucas intends to remake this custom with CGI and a "Nooooooo!" soundbite.

Posted by marc December 24, 2014
Custom Coarse Locks by JPK

JPK gets zen with his newest custom, using Coarse Toys' Locks as a canvas and a character at the same time. Jon-Paul explains the narrative taking place: "I painted as both a character and a scene, depicting a monk passing through a narrow valley in the woods, a look of serenity on his face. Across the valley a bear stands when he hears the monks passing, but for now everything is at...

Posted by marc December 22, 2014
Dear Media Results,  My name is Marc and I love making videos. Whether I'm writing scripts, shooting footage, animating motion graphics, or editing everything all together, I'm having fun, and therefore doing great work.  Over the past five years I've created countless videos as a writer, videographer, editor, animator, and production manager. From being in the trenches and logging footage all the way to managing a team of freelancers, I've covered a wide range of video production responsibilities and have

Inspired by Clover Studio's (R.I.P.) game, Ōkami, Parisian artist, Fakir will be releasing his newest toy on Monday, January 5. The Japanese-style wolf features heavy additional sculpting throughout the Trikky silhouette and the color scheme of the Shinto goddess, Amaterasu. Only ten of these have been made and they'll go for 150€ plus shipping. Grab one...

Posted by Trustpigs December 18, 2014

What began as a simple idea to allow artists to work live on stage at the 2014 New York Comic Con, has grown into something so much greater. On January 10th, The Clutter Gallery will open its doors to an incredible month long exhibit of customized 20” and 8” Dunnys, titled The DTA...

Posted by Trustpigs December 17, 2014

Ever wondered what Peter Kato's bedtime bunnies are dreaming about? In the new Bedtime Bunnies Artist Series by Candie Bolton, the bedtime bunnies are dreaming about Wonderland. Follow Alice on her journey down the rabbit hole as she meets a curious cast of characters: the White Rabbit with his pocket watch...

Posted by marc December 16, 2014
Steampunk Marshall by 64 Colors

64 Colors go steampunk with their latest custom Marshall. This alternative history Victorian marshmallow sports a wood and brass exoskeleton and and is outfitted with metallic goggles. The mechanical heart grinds its gears while the piercing eyes contrast the robot look and add that 64 Colors trademark. Awesome stuff!

Posted by marc December 16, 2014
Plastik Surgery Resin Casting Guide by Lunartik

Sometimes resin-casting wizards need a spell book. Check out Lunartik's newest guide, Plastik Surgery, where Matt JOnes himself walks you through the processes of prepping, pouring, and perfecting your very own resin toy. Available as a PDF download or a printed book, Plastik Surgery is perfect for beginners thanks to its illustrations and instructions specific to toy design...


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