So...Plastic and Plush ended up receiving an award from a site I had previously never heard of (OnlineSchools.org) as one of their top 50 toy blogs. Actually, I had no idea that there were 50 toy blogs out there on this world wide web thingy. They're probably digging deep to find those last few. "Here's a site where a guy tastes his Matchbox cars...okay! He's a winner!"
Strangekiss has unveiled several variants of the David Lanham designed Peet character. There is a small chance that some of the product samples and a few pieces for sale might arrive on time for San Diego Comic Con.
Shown above, in order, are the Peet Variants by Bryan Colins and Jon Paul Kaiser. Below, there are two more variant Peets...the first being by artist Sarah Miskelly Lunabee and the Peet Evil Variant from Jon Paul Kaiser...which will thankfully be a PlasticandPlush.com exclusive! All of these will be limited to runs of 100 pieces.
Hmm...these look familiar...yet slightly different. What's so different you might ask? The boxes are green. Could there be more Jade Tuttz resins coming from Argonaut Resins and Plastic and Plush? Can I ask you any other questions?
In just a few minutes (8PM EST), we'll be releasing the Plastic and Plush Exclusive Jade Tuttz through our online shop. The five unpainted figures will sell for $50 each, while the hand painted chase (painted by Eric Nocella Diaz of Argonaut Resins) will sell for $60. Shipping will be $10 in the US and $20 international.
These are all unique - tinted slightly different - so be sure to look at the circled Tuttz in the shop photos...that's the one you're buying. (I think it's easier to tell the slight differences when looking at all 6 lined up next to each other)
Here are the details on our Plastic and Plush Exclusive Jade Tuttz (shown above). There will only be 6 figures offered (although the entire run is going to consist of 12 figures). The Jade Tuttz resin (designed, sculpted and produced by Eric Nocella Diaz of Argonaut Resins) were originally going to be blind boxed, but as I've heard people want to purchase specific colors - I've decided to make them available individually.
They will go up for sale this Friday (April 30th, 2010) at 8PM EST through our Exclusive Shop. Each piece will run $50 plus shipping ($10 for US and $20 for international). These will sell out fast, so set your alarm.
We promised to give you a look at the Chase variant that will be included in our exclusive 6 piece run of Jade Tuttz resin figures. Eric from Argonaut Resins painted up this very special piece. I'll be dropping details on how/when you can order one of these tomorrow (Monday April 26th).
Yep...we're joining forces with Eric Nocella Diaz and Argonaut Resins to release the exclusive Jade Tuttz resin figures. We'll be making six of these available - with each one having a slightly unique green color. Among those six will be a special "chase" Tuttz that we'll be unveiling in the coming days. Each one of these will be signed and numbered on the bottom and Eric will sign/number the mini COA's/boxes.
A few months back, we introduced our social networking tool within the site - Mingle. I've finally gotten all of the bugs worked out, so you can upload your photo (which will be your comment photo) and connect with other collectors. And your profile will have its own specific URL, for example: http://www.plasticandplush.com/slovak34
You can access Mingle from the link in this post or the above drop-down menu. Let me know what you think!
Available through our Plastic and Plush Shop, we're giving you the chance at picking up one of our limited number of Mystery Toy Boxes. These are available for $65 plus $15 for shipping anywhere.
Our toy storage space is dwindling, so we're giving you the opportunity to buy one of our Mystery Toy Boxes. Packed in a large flat rate box (so we can get up to 70 pounds in there), we'll load it with plastic and plush toys worth well over the selling price. It's like the ultimate blind box.
Artist Alexander Gwynne has work his papercraft magic and created a great little half-plastic/half-plush bear...all on paper.
His mother was a teddy bear, his father a plastic toy. Now the only thing holding him together are a bucket load of staples and a load of thread.
Now, you can download the Plastic & Plush Bear for free...right here. Download the file, print it out and assemble the bear. Then, send us a photo of your bear with your favorite toy (by March 8th, 2010) and our favorite will win a special prize!