Alan Urbina has released a new set of custom Dunnys. The Death Band Dunny set is made up of four 3-inch tall Dunnys. The set also includes a small stage...and, of course, their instruments. You can pick up this one-off set for $250.00, which includes free worldwide shipping.
Patrick Wong has revealed a new 8-inch tall commissioned piece. The Revolt Mickiv "continues the theme of riot and rebellion characterized by much of his current artwork". It uses a modified OG colorway of Arkiv Vilmansa's Mickiv figure originally produced by Visual Ark.
The Revolt Mickiv repositions the original figure and poses him to throw a molotov cocktail explosive at some unseen forces. Once again Patrick Wong takes up the iconic Molotov Man motif and reimagines him in combination with a vinyl figure. The piece will join a privately curated collection of artist-interpreted Mickiv figures.
Artist Mikie Graham will be taking part in SubUrban Vinyl's "Little Green Men" Show, which opens this weekend Saturday May 16th 2015 at SubUrban Vinyl in New Jersey. For the show, he has created a completely original sculpt named the Pickle Fetus, based on Leecifers "Pickle Baby" character. The sculpt was then molded and rotocast as resin multiples of the sculpt. There will be 8 DIY pieces available at the show for $30.00 each. Also, there will be a pair of hand painted Fetus's that have been "pickled" in mason jars filled with green/clear resin and miniature hand crafted pickle fixins. Each Pickled Fetus will be priced at $200.00 and available at the show.
Bwana Spoons will be releasing a small batch of T9G's Rangeas that he's painted up. They'll be up for grabs beginning today (May 8th 2015) at 1PM ET.
Alan Urbina is currently taking pre-orders for his custom Star Wars Dunny Series. The blind box series will run $55.00 plus shipping for each. Each blind box includes a custom, artist card, and a signed and numbered autentication card. The figures can be order via Alan's webshop. This series is limited to only 13 pieces plus one Golden Ticket winner.
Paulo Zukaty has released a a new series of custom Japanese sofubi vinyls entitled Metal Candy. There are Migoras, Micro Negoras, Nekorons, Nyancocco, Pegleg, and a crazy eye dino. They range in price from $30.00 to $40.00.
Warpo, creators of the acclaimed Legends of Cthulhu retro action figure line, announced that artist Skinner has created four custom one-of-a-kind figures that will be available to win exclusively at the C2E2 (April 24th to 26th 2015). Attendees will be able to stop by the Warpo Booth #669 to play a game of Cthulhu Dice for a chance to win one of the four custom Legends of Cthulhu figures. In addition, fans will have the opportunity to meet the Warpo team, and purchase Legends of Cthulhu premiums, including a never-before offered secret accessory, the “Irem Idol”.
Artist Felix Martinez will be releasing three custom painted Joe Ledbetter Mini Chaos Bunnies - titled "The Atomic Bunnies" - exclusively through Suburban Vinyl.
The concept for the Atomic Bunnies, custom painted Joe Ledbetter Mini Chaos Bunnies, was originally thought up as way to revive a style of art work I worked on years ago. As a way to see what the reception of this style would be, I held a contest to win the original blue and yellow atomic bunny. Having been blown away by the amount of positive feed back, I decided to create 3 more in order to give others a chance to own one of these bad ass bunnies and release them exclusively through Suburban Vinyl.
They will be available Friday April 10th 2015 for $65.00.
Donald Whitaker of Figment Creations has released a new custom figure - the Megaman NT Warrior. The custom stands at 5.5-inches in height, using a Munny figure as the base. It makes use of polymer clay and is hand-painted with acrylic paint. Plus, Megaman has arm and head articulation. This one-of-a-kind piece can be purchased for $150.00 by contacting the artist.
Canadian illustrator Patrick Wong presents his latest privately commissioned art toy, entitled Snow Pilot Killa Instinct. The 10-inch tall hand-painted one-off creation "plays off the urban vinyl / graffiti-inspired graphics of the original figure with the addition of the classically styled b-boy Kangol striped hat. Further emphasizing the graffiti and Hip Hop associations, Wong takes up the Pilot marker and snow camouflage military graphic motifs - the Pilot Brand's stripes being the street bomber's weapon of choice and signifying one of the best, sought-after markers in the graffiti canon."