Posted by kristina April 05, 2016
Jack The Rascal Exhibit at Myplasticheart Roundup

As previously reported, myplasticheart hosted a mini exhibit and signing for Wesker Zhan's Jack The Rascal vinyl toy over the weekend. I was there Friday night to check out the wall display and get a glimpse of Jack The Rascal in person. If you think the previously released variants weren't colorful enough, a wall full of Jack the Rascals will make you change your mind. There were SO many hues on display-it was so hard to pick just one to take home!

The show was cash and carry, and some people that bought Friday night were able to take their custom Jack The Rascal home, but not before getting it signed by Zhan himself of course. There were also prints available (including a very limited run of 2 teal version that wasn't released until the show) as well as postcards (for the signing) and the exclusive pink & black colorway!

Remaining custom Jack The Rascals toys and prints have been posted on myplasticheart's website and some of the colorways have already sold. You can purchase them now, as well as the previously released colorways) by clicking here. Also, be sure to follow Zhan on Instagram to see more of his work in the future!

Read more Wesker Zhan here

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