Posted by marc August 04, 2016

It may look like a blank Be@rbrick, but it's anything but. K.olin Tribu have a history of turning iconic vinyl toys into porcelain sculptures, with designs like Nathan Jurevicius' Bunniguru and Kozik's Potamus under their belt. And for their most recent project, they're taking on one of Japan's greatest designer toy exports. Each is handmade in France with love and care from by a trained porcelain artisan. They're made to order, so head on over to their site, because orders are being accepted as of today.

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