Posted by Trustpigs July 23, 2012

If you were — like me — unfortunately unable to attend the San Diego Comic-Con this year, then you surely lamented not being able to buy one of those magnificent 8-inch interpretations of Andrew Bell's design from the Dunny Series 2012. But, thankfully,...


Posted by Trustpigs July 23, 2012

Have you ever wondered how Carson Catlin makes his intricately cut apart vinyl figures, like the one pictured above? Well, you're in for a true treat as Catlin provides a time lapse video showcasing his methods and skills. As an added bonus, when Catlin reaches 500 followers on his Twitter...

Posted by Miranda July 23, 2012

It's the end of an era - Amos Novelties, the toy and product design company of Art Toy pioneers James Jarvis and Russell Waterman, announced last week that they won't be creating any more projects. Hats off to James and Russell, two of the most innovative, down to earth, intelligent people I've ever met and had the pleasure to work with. Here's their statement, good luck guys!


Posted by specialK July 23, 2012

Louise Hindsgavi is a Danish artist who makes kind of  disturbing, definitely creepy, porcelain figures. The white porcelain gives the perverse figures a delicate feel. 


Strong human bodies wearing cute bunny & duck masks make the sexual nature of the figures surreal. 

Posted by Miranda July 23, 2012

This year has been a good year for Evil Ink Comics, First number #4 on the NY Times Best Sellers List, and now..... A MOVIE!! Holy Cow that's right, The Amory Wars Comic, used as the Sci-Fi bases for the ...

Posted by Erica July 23, 2012

San Francisco artist Shadoe Delgado, has customized this 10"Smorkin Labbit named Grundelmumch.

The Grundelmumch's ass is a bit disturbing, but i appreicate the large yellow/green balls. 

For more customs by Shadoe Delgado click HERE.

Posted by Nick July 23, 2012

Being a firm fan of Batman it is easy for me to simply state that Superman sucks and the teaser trailer Man of Steel does nothing to change my opinion on the character or get me remotely excited for the films release.

It made perfect sense for DC to launch this trailer at the same time as Dark Knight Rises, but I think alot of Batman fans will be of the same opinion as me that A)...

Posted by Clutter July 23, 2012

Artist Whatshisname has created his own adaption of the London Olympics 2012 mascot, in efforts to raise awareness for London riots. Whatshisname's goal with his figures is to put more attention on safety issues during the London 2012 Olympics. The figures are of both London officers and hooded hooligans, in different displays.

These figures are 12 cm tall, made of resin,...


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