Posted by Erica February 28, 2012

Mikie Graham from Zombiemonkie has got his hands full with a ton of new customs. His first custom will be revealed on March 23rd Toy Art Gallery's "Bellicose Bunny Custom Show". Here is a sneak peak of Mikie's custom entry for the upcoming show, he calls it the "Blast Off Bunny".

Blast Off Bunny features a bunch of hand sculpted details that transform the figure, like the distressed antique wooden base allowing the bunny to seemingly float in the middle of takeoff.

"If you compare my piece to the original you will see that I have taken the bunny off of his rocket and twisted the intention of the figure.

By strapping him to the side of a missile ready to blast off, I have turned the once powerful space bunny into a helpless cartoon animal stuck to the side of his ultimate demise."- says Graham

The Bellicose Bunny Custom Show will be held at Toy Art Gallery, on March 23rd. So if you happen to be around LA, on the 23rd, make sure to head over to TAG's new location at 7571 Melrose Ave for the opening of the show!

If you would like to see more of Mikie's work check out his website, or sign up for his monthly newsletter.

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