Posted by Trustpigs May 16, 2014

Strange Kids Club and Disart ToyLabs pay tribute to a staple of the '80s gross-out toy market: the Madball! The "Strange Kid Screwball" piece, inspired by a legendary toy designer's illustration for SKC's ongoing Circle Jerks sticker line, the stunning retro sculpt was originally undertaken by artist Jose David Cifuentes Ulloa as a fan project, quickly sparking the interest of SKC editor, Rondall Scott III, and ultimately leading to a full scale toy release. 3D printed and now currently in the hands of Tru:Tek over at Disart ToyLabs, the 3" x 2" figure is set to come hand-cast in a bouncy, keshi-style rubber, with a number of different colorways and micro-runs planned in the near future — the first of which comes in the form of an SKC store exclusive early next month!


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