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Five Points Festival Dunny by Gary Ham

Clutter has announced the first ever Five Points Dunny, designed by Gary Ham and produced by Kidrobot. These event exclusive Dunnys will be available at Five Points Fest, May 20th-21st 2017.

Available in three colors, and limited to 1,000 pieces total (across the three versions), the Ghost Rider inspired design is the first production Dunny created by Gary Ham released into the world. 

The yellow and black (Designer Toy Awards) colorway is the Five Points Festival VIP Exclusive that is included in the Five Points VIP Package. Limited to just 250 pieces total, this is the ONLY way to secure this colorway. Plus, you get a whole lot of other benefits from the VIP package.

 

The two other colorways will be available to purchase at the Clutter / Five Points booth #243 for $14.99 each.

Visible Dunny by Jason Freeny

Kidrobot has released the 8-inch tall Visible Dunny by artist Jason Freeny. He's given fans an inside view of Kidrobot's classic Dunny platform with the ultimate transparent view, clear on the outside with a skeletal view on the inside. The main line colorway is limited to 1,000 pieces worldwide and the Kidrobot.com exclusive glow in the dark version is limited to 200 pieces worldwide.

Unfortunately, it looks like this has already sold out at a lot of places. So you'll need to search around or even hit that dreaded secondary market.

Springtime Labbit Littons

Kidrobot has released their new Springtime Labbit Littons. The snow is melting, the freeze is thawing and spring is in the air. This can only mean one thing: it’s time for Littons to come out and play! This all new line up of Littons features these baby Labbits disguised as your favorite springtime animals. There's a pig, cow, bunny, ladybug, chick, and lamb. Each Labbit Litton run $7.99.

Madballs 4-inch Foam Figures

Kidrobot has released their Madballs 4-inch foam figures. This first drop features six fan favorites, including Dust Brian, Horn Head, Oculus Orbus, Screamin Meamie, Skull Face, and Slobulus. Children of the 80's might remember the commercial that Kidrobot produced (shown below), which is a shot-for-shot recreation of the 1980's Madballs commercial. You can pick up each of these six figures for $9.99.