Posted by Trustpigs March 30, 2012

If you happened to be one of the lucky attendees of the "Bellicosity" customs show at Toy Art Gallery last weekend, you might've noticed the strange display in the front window: a lone, carrot-shaped rocket ship. The show, which had artists reinterpret Nathan Hamill's adorable Bellicose Bunny platform, was supposed to have a massive fiberglass sculpture of the design, but only half of the piece arrived in time for the opening. The now fully assembled work is on display in the window and the lovingly called Prometheus Edition doesn't fail to astound: it's over three feet tall and nearly four feet long, plus over a foot-and-a-half wide! And if owning this piece is your heart's desire, then contact Toy Art Gallery for pricing and availability. Our understanding is that there was only a limited run of 3 to 5 copies of this that were made.

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