Posted by Trustpigs July 09, 2014

If you ever wondered what was lurking inside of Pete Fowler's iconic "Toy King," best known as the figure atop the Designer Toy Awards's trophies, then Jason Freeny has the answer for you…

Hand sculpted in his signature style, multiple Designer Toy Award winning artist Jason Freeny crafted a half-skeletal version of the "Toy Prince" figure before partnering with Clutter Studios to produce these marvelous "Dissected Toy Prince" figures in limited editions.

Celebrating the launch of the 4th Annual Designer Toy Awards, the debut "Ruby Dust" colorway of the "Dissected Toy Prince" is being released on Friday, July 11th at 12pm (Noon) EST.

Limited to an edition of only 30 pieces worldwide, each rotocast resin piece stands at 8" tall and has been hand-painted in glittering red and black hues.

Priced at $125 apiece, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of these figures will go towards the the funding of the Designer Toy Awards held during NYCC weekend.

 

Available 
Friday, July 11th
at 12 Noon EST
in Clutter's online shop!

 

 

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imageDTP_DIS_RUBY_HIGHRES.103354.jpeg, by Trustpigs

  

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imageDTP_DIS_RUBY_HIGHRES_4b.103634.jpeg, by Trustpigs

  

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imageDTP_DIS_RUBY_HIGHRES_1.103648.jpeg, by Trustpigs

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