Posted by marc October 13, 2016

I 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. And while I was too late to pick up one of Rato Kim's Boxcats from MPH, I did snap plenty of photos of their offerings.

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Lou Pimentel's custom Munny's were absolutely gorgeous. He used oil paints to recreate photorealistic interpretations of birds and bees.

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Andrea Kang's SAINTS Trikkys were even cuter in person. I had to use a startling amount of self-control to not drop all of my money on the three- or four-eyed variants. 

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Bubi Au Yeung's Treeson arrived in NYC in a fun glow in the dark colorway.

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