Posted by Nick May 13, 2012

Welcome to the 3rd and final part of my recap of the Dudebox launch, possibly the most important part of all as we now get down to the nitty gritty of their actual products rather than all the glitz and glamour of the launch party.

First of all I'm going to say some things about their range of figures that may sound entirely valid to you, or sound completely unfair. Regardless, please...

Posted by Trustpigs May 13, 2012

When VISEone's copy of the Andrew Bell "O·No! Sushi" figure had a small accident, in the form of a three-foot fall that resulted in a crack in the vinyl, the customizer turned tragedy into triumph: VISEone crafted the piece into a one-off "O·No! Wasabi" custom. Done in his Tube series style, this little...

Posted by Trustpigs May 13, 2012

Not exceedingly well advertised, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta evidently released a brand new, ultra limited Brian "KAWS" Donnelly print to support their "Down Time" showing of his work. The 20" x 25" screenprint "Paper Smile" has been issued in an edition of...

Posted by Trustpigs May 12, 2012

As we had previously reported, UK artist Cris Rose has undertaken the huge endeavor of releasing a new duo of colored Sprogs every month, creativing a Robotone rainbow by the end of the year. May 7th saw the release of the newest colorway: ...

Posted by Trustpigs May 11, 2012

Inspired by his roots, Nathan Jurevicius used the Lithuanian word for "forest" (miÅ¡ko) for the name of his new mini series from Kidrobot, which is the company's first foray into toys fabricated from wood. And, if that wasn't enough, Misko features interchangeable body parts… the head and plummage each come off and can be...

Posted by Andrew Hayward May 11, 2012

Just teased last night on Jeremy "MAD" Madl's Twitter feed via his Instagram account, the Red Mini-MADL resin figure -- the fourth in a set that last spawned the "Breaking Bad" clear blue version --...

Posted by Miranda May 11, 2012

At the end of April Coarse Toys invited collectors over to an open studio night. They had more than 150 people drop in to visit them in Hong Kong, where they showcased original, rare and some unseen pieces. Here are some pictures of the show for you to enjoy! 




Posted by Nick May 11, 2012

Ok sorry this took me so long to post up Part 2 of this coverage, i had a lot of photos to wade through. So as part of the now pretty much legendary Dudebox launch last night there was a sizable custom show from a bunch of artists you know, and probably more artists you don't know yet.

Check out the pics of customs from the likes of Fadeworks, Alittlestranger, Felt Mistress, Celi Lee,...


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