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Gimix Toys DOs & DON’Ts

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Gimix Toys have just released a set of 4 vinyl figures based
on VICE MAGAZINE's "DOs & DON'Ts".  Each figure is approximately 7 inches tall and comes in a window box that is decorated like a New York City bodega. The figures are made of rotocast vinyl.  There are currently 2
"DO" figures and 2 "DON'T" figures that make up the 4 figure set.

 
Look for these to sell around $15 per figure. The characters have been designed by Vice Magazine's Gavin McInnes & Patrick McEown and each figures has a funny story on the back.

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Announcing the OFFICIAL So So Def Recordings Vinyl figurine

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Jermaine Dupri Presents: AFROMAN.

AFROMAN comes with an exclusive MIXTAPE CD only available with the figurine.

AFROMAN will be editorially supported by national / international
press encompassing: TV, radio, web, print, music, fashion, art,
lifestyle, and figure collectible publications.

AFROMAN was sculpted in JAPAN by top designer Monster5. (Mr.Cartoon,
FAFI, Disney, Humanoids, Devilrobots)

AFROMAN has already been featured on the pages of FLAUNT fashion
magazines for their "Couture toy" fashion spread.

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Ghosts in the Machine

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Überbot, the first
store to feature designer toys in the southeastern
United States, is proud to present Ghosts in the Machine
at the beautiful Winter Park Village.  Ghosts in the
Machine is a gallery event that features popular
designers Nakanari and Bloo Empire, their impressive
selection of designer toys, original canvas art, hand
made plush and much more.  Both Nakanari and Bloo Empire
have been tremendously successful with their designer
toy creations and original artwork.  They’ve impressed
art collectors the world over at gallery events with
their incredible custom work.  With Ghosts in the
Machine, these powerhouse designers come together for
the first time to introduce their work to Central
Florida and do their part to help shape the world of
designer toys and urban vinyl.

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Misfits of Nakanari Prototypes

Nakanari (a.k.a. Tony Shiau) sent us photos of his latest creation.  His Misfits of Nakanari prototypes are going to make fans of his Funny Club Misfits drool.  They are the same characters (Naka and Nari) just a completely new figure style.

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We're not sure who these toys will be produced by yet, so if you're interested...get in touch with Tony.  Look forward to seeing these figures in the future.

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Hogan Knows Best…

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Hulk Hogan is arguably the most famous WWE Superstar of all time. World Wrestling Entertainment was never the same after Hogan replaced an injured Bob Backlund and defeated The Iron Sheik for the WWE Championship on January 23, 1984, at Madison Square Garden. A phenomenon was born.

First 4 Figures is proud to present a resin version of one of WWE’s most riveting superstars, Hollywood Hulk Hogan. Hulk is the second in a series of busts based on the WWE classic superstars. Comes with Authenticity card, which allows you to order to same number in the third  in the series and a full colour box.

Height : 9” X 8” (H X W) inches
SRP : $ 55.00
Available : January 2006
Limited: 4,500 worldwide

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Fowler and SFA Love Kraft Snowglobe

While perusing the Super Furry Animals online shop, I came across this very cool, limited edition snowglobe that has been released in time for the new SFA album - Love Kraft.  Inside the glass dome, there is a 3D representation of the album artwork - created by Mr. Monsterism - Pete Fowler.  It's currently availlable through the SFA online store for 20 pounds.  Thanks to the SFA store for the photos.

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Read about the album...

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William Wray – Fine Artist

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Everyone knows Bill Wray from his work on Ren and Stimpy, his monthly comic strip - Monroe - that runs in Mad Magazine, and his comics (including Big Blown Baby and Hellboy Jr.)

Now, Bill is concentrating on fine art oil painting.  His work is focusing on the urban landscape of California, and he is looking to capture "what's left of a bygone era" in his paintings...before these structures are replaced by strip malls.

Check out his new site at WilliamWray.com.