If you stopped by myplasticheart's booth at NYCC this year, you got to see first-hand how cute Otto Björnik's vampiric little monster is. His recent collaboration with duo Ink & Clog out of Singapore has lead to a stunning rendition of the Bai-Chu toy. Cast to create a marbled effect, this is clearly one of the most accurate executions of the style. At a glance, it looks like the real deal, and as Björnik elaborates, it symbolizes "the push and pull of Yin and Yang." When they drop, 18 pieces of each colorway will be available at $150 each here.
Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 5:38pmI spent way more money than I intended to at NYCC. And myplasticheart took the majority of it, mostly thanks to their wooden Androids from Andrew Bell.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 4:38pmOtto Björnik is bringing fungal love to NYCC. While his Mogu creatures have mostly been realized in 2D, specimens of the 3D toy versions are now ready for your shelf. Two variants - Kali and Kana - will be available at NYCC through myplasticheart.
Thursday, September 8, 2016 - 12:53pmOne of the most anticipated blindbox series of the summer is finally here. Android Series 6 is now available for purchase as individual blindboxes or full cases of 16 figures.