Posted by marc February 04, 2015
Figgle Bits by Chris Ryniak

Collecting designer toys can be a drain on your wallet. But if you've been wanting to add some Chris Ryniak pieces to your collection, you don't have to pay a whole lot. In fact, you can grab three pieces for less than $40. Rotofugi and Squibbles Ink have teamed up with the creator of grossly cute monsters to create a run of three characters, each limited to 350 pieces. You can buy them...

Posted by marc February 04, 2015
Uamou x Moni Moni Animals

If you're into sofubi, you've heard of Uamou. But you might not know about the toy series called Moni Moni Animals. These are squishy little toys themed after various animals like bunnies, tigers, and koalas. The two brands are teaming up to create two versions of the Uamou character as a Moni Moni Animals toy. Both types have the same basic shape, but one has standard dot eyes while the other...

Posted by Miranda February 03, 2015

What happens when the awesome Scott Tolleson and the fantastic Doubleparlour get together and make sweet sculpture love? WEISHAUPT! That's what!!

Limited to 5 pieces and produced in resin, the head is articulated and the cat helmet is removable! Hand painted by Scott and sculpted by both ...

Posted by Trustpigs January 30, 2015

The Clutter Gallery are thrilled to announce the third installment in their annual (In)Action Figures art exhibitions, which solely showcases action figure & other retro toy inspired works.

Participating artists include 2bitHACK, 8-bit ZOMBIE, Ben Spencer (Galaxxor), BigMan Toys, Bombermat Toys, Credenda Studios, Danny...

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Posted by marc January 28, 2015
Wooden Devour Me Marshall by 64 Colors

64 Colors say hello to our friends in the Great White North with their Devour Me Marshall, made not out of vinyl but maple. The classy 3.5" toy's graphics have been lasered on for sharp, clean lines. Limited releases by 64 Colors sell out pretty quickly, but a few of these are still available. Pick on up for $125 here.

Posted by Trustpigs January 28, 2015

Many artists — and fans in general — have wondered about Kidrobot’s position on “Customizing” vs. “Bootlegging,” so it is about time that the record is set straight.

Customizing is when you purchase an original art toy and then alter, add to and/or build onto that original art toy, creating a modified version of the...

Posted by marc January 27, 2015
Okami Red Resin by FAKIR

If you missed out on FAKIR's homage to Clover Studio's awesome game, Okami, then you're in luck. The 5" resin piece is getting a limited colorway release on Monday, February 2. 150 euros will get you the red colorway of the customized and casted Trikky, which is limited to only 10 pieces. Check it out here.

Posted by marc January 27, 2015
Smokin' Bone Bunny Custom by JPK

That's, no Smorkin' Labbit; it's a Smokin' Bone Bunny! JPK pulls from way back for this one. Not only is this a forgotten gem of a custom from last year, but he also chose to use a toy from a decade ago as his canvas - practically an antique in this scene. The high society hare is dapper on the outside, but pull back the corpo lagomorph's skin to reveal his wasted-away insides.

Love...

Posted by Miranda January 22, 2015

Back in March 2013 Clutter Magazine Gallery presented: "Monsters from the Island. A group Neo-Kaiju & Sofubi exhibition." Curated by Monster Island NYC.  The show ran from March 9th - April 6th 2013 and comprised of artists working primarily in sofubi and resin. We promised an exhibition catalog and although it was never printed, it was created. So finally we decided to publish...

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