Posted by Nick September 20, 2011

Hey everyone! Go check out the new Bigshot Toyworks site! Bigshot Toyworks is an award winning creative studio specializing in the design and production of unique characters, toys and art objects - more specifically they have been at the heart of the production of loads of your fave toys including the awesome Superdeux 'Moody' figure (above) as well as Riller Alexander's 'Zoli', DJ Shadows 'Jukebox', Jeff Soto's 'Seeker', Nathan Jurevicius's 'Scarygirl' along with many many more including of course the original Ashley Wood 'Bertie the Pipebot'!

'Klim Kozinevich is an industrial designer with nearly 20 years of experience in the toy, design, and entertainment industry. From hand-sculpting prototypes to overseeing production of best-selling toys for mass market, Klim has worked and innovated in every area of the toy industry. With Bigshot, Klim handles all production management and manufacturing, as well as character design and development. As the heart and soul of Bigshot Toyworks, it is Klim’s unique vision and undeniable talents that have provided the company with its reputation for quality, reliability, and innovation.'


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