Posted by Miranda December 10, 2015
Awesome toy x clutter

Made especially for the Holiday season,  Awesome Toy have partnered with us to release a blind bagged version of their Jimenken figure!

“What’s a Jinmenken?” you might ask. Well good question, it's a human-faced dog from Japanese mythology!

Dropping as part of our Gift Wrapped 2015 exhibition this piece is limited to twenty 8-inch tall soft vinyl figures with affixed doll hair. Half of the edition depicts the classic human-faced dog, which the other half are undead, skeletal headed versions. 

Sold completely random in blind packaging (no picking the face or color), these are all cast on pink vinyl and hand-painted in; green (10 pieces), blue (8 pieces), and purple (2 pieces)! Don’t miss out on your chance to snatch one up for only $100 apiece.

Titled the Save Me! edition, won’t you bring one of these puppies home today? To get that first chance to buy one, join our Gallery Preview List (sign up here). Any pieces remaining after the opening will be available in our online store.

awesome3.png, by Miranda
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