Posted by Nick November 02, 2011

I do love the fact that Kidrobot bring out a cool lil Dunny every Xmas from the first Sket Snowman, the Xmas Smorkin Labbit and the Xmas Dunny was where I was introduced to the work of Kronk with the Gingerbread Dunny series. This year Kozik takes a swing at the Xmas Dunny with the Crusty Dunny.

"With a cigarette, carrot nose, two eyes made out of coal, (and maybe a LOT of yellow snow), Crusty Dunny is sure to get you smorkin’ for 2011’s holiday season. This 3-inch vinyl heathen is getting into the spirit with a  top hat, carrot nose, booze bottle, and cigarette.  And, given the changes in the world, it is no wonder that this Dunny has a Chase that is disappearing fast… a hapless victim of global warmings."

The chase version of the figure comes with melted body and X's for eyes and is a 1/6 ratio. Good luck finding one! Crusty comes out to play November 3 at Kidrobot stores, and select retailers, available for $11.95 (£9.60 UK; 11.10€ Europe). Seasons Smorkin’s!


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