Posted by marc October 13, 2016

The New York native Tenacious Toys brought an utter buttload of customs to NYCC. Cat Atomic and UNCLE Studio dominated the booth, while minifigures from Touma and a variety of other artists ensured there were designer toys to buy across price points. Tenacious also organized the blindboxed Resin Is King Series 3, which included designs from The Jelly Empire, Argonaut Resins, Taylored...

Posted by marc October 13, 2016

While Toy Tokyo mostly clogged The Block with lines for the latest cookie cutter Fuko Pop! figure, they did at least bring four amazing pieces to NYCC. We revealed these kaiju-style TMNT figures back during New York Toy Fair, and they made a more public debut over the weekend. These four-foot Turtles are produced by Mindstyle and boast some very nice airbrush work. Due to space...

Posted by marc October 11, 2016

Seattle-based artist Emma SanCartier packed up her menagerie of ethereal beasts and brought them across the continent to NYCC. Her open edition resin pieces were accompanied by several new pieces. The coolest set on display was her Astral series. These creatures are unified by crystals and various shades of blue. It was pretty hard not to take one of these home!

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Posted by marc October 11, 2016

It was raining cats and robots at the booth shared by The Jelly Empire and Argonaut Resins. Selina Briggs premiered her plush Jellybot, along with plenty of resin 'bots that have been turned into rings, hair clips, pins, and mini-figures, all in super vibrant colors. The toys were also accompanied by plenty of prints, comic books, and a coloring book.

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Posted by marc October 11, 2016

Kidrobot shared a booth with us at NYCC last year, but this year they had their own, spacious area. The brand mainly showcased one of their newest projects, a revival of the 1980s toy line, Madballs. Three series of Madballs are in production. The first is a duo of large vinyl toys, one being a classic Madballs style design and another being the head of the Kidrobot mascot stylized in the vein...

Posted by Miranda October 05, 2016
NYCC 16 PREMIER: INFECTED DECAPITATED BEAR HEAD

Premiering at Clutter Magazine's NYCC Booth #603 is Scott Wilkowski & Luke Chueh's Infected Decapitated Bear Head! Luke's signature bear head has been infected by Scott Wilkowski, creating a collaboration that is to die for!

This bone and black colorway comes swimming in a pool of red blood. For just $100 a piece, this Clutter Exclusives won't last long!

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Posted by marc October 05, 2016

While I'm partial to the "hard-luck" Hanshin Tigers, these sneakers - a collaboration between the Hiroshima Toyo Carp and Vans - are super adorable. A Japanese (but not really anime) style caricature of a Carp team member is depicted on Vans' ubiquitous Splip-On silhouette. I can't remember the last time Vans collaborated with a sports team, but they've recently been going all out with...

Posted by Miranda October 05, 2016
NYCC 16 EXCLUSIVE: SPACE SPLATTER UAMOU

Standing at approximately 2.75" tall, these galactic Uamou are as black as the space horizon, sprinkled with green and white paint splatters. Each figure is one-of-a-kind, with varying eye colors and unique splatter star formations. 

Limited to 10 pieces and priced at just $40 a piece, these will be exclusively available at Clutters NYCC booth #603.

Posted by marc October 05, 2016

Are ya ready kids?! Secret Base's half X-Ray Spongebob is getting a monochromatic makeover with a bright silver epidermis and a dark silver skeleton underneath the transparent half. Spongebob's square pants, socks, and shoes are also configured in greyscale for a fully mono, vintage cartoon inspired take on Nickelodeon's last great creation. And you won't have to jump through hoops to order...

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