Posted by Miranda February 07, 2012

Last year Joe Ledbetter designed a brand new 12" Bunny Sculpt and produced 40 pieces with our friends Pretty in Plastic in LA. They are produced out of hollow resin - which I know instantly makes you think hand made in your basement, but quite the opposite. Resin is still "plastic" its not vinyl, but its still as high end, and actually not as filled with as many bad chemicals, an all round winner.

They are being customized by Joe in batches of 5 at a time. There are no calendar dates associated with these releases, they are just sold when they are ready. If you are interested in purchasing one, they are offered on a first come first served bases and each figure is $1500 (+shipping) (NOTE: #12 Pirate Bunny and #14, Zombie Bunny were commissions and are unavailable)
If you are interested in a working together on a commission Joe is open to it. Prices for commissions are the same $1500 each, however 50% payment is required before he begins to paint.


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