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Phobos: Interdimensional Space Demon

Galaxxor Phobos front

The first Galaxxor x Frenzy Bros collaboration has resulted in Phobos: Interdimensional Space Demon. The classic 5.5" action figure-style resin art toy features a head that was sculpted by Frenzy Bros. and a body that was sculpted by Ben Spencer, engineered and produced in resin by The Godbeast and True Cast Studio, and hand painted by Ben Spencer. Phobos features two points of articulation and comes packed in a traditional bag and header style.

Phobos: The Interdimensional Space Demon will be available Friday August 1st 2014 at Noon CST from the Galaxxor online store for $85.00 each. It's a limited edition of only 3 pieces.

Galaxxor Phobos back

Crittersaurus Print

Crittersaurus

Scott Wetterschneider has released a new 12" x 12" art print on 16" x 16" archival matte paper. Named Crittersaurus, you can read more about the character below. You can pick one up via the above link for $40.00.

Crittersaurus finds himself in a strange town, with no friends. Gently, he meanders from street to street, taking in the new sights and sounds, hopeful that, at last, he's found a place to call home. Scott Wetterschneider's giant, strange beasts are not your run-of-the-mill kaiju. They forgo violence, are often ill-at-ease, and do their best to keep a low profile. Accidents do happen, so be cautious.

Tiny Little Objects – a figure exhibition by Dehara Yukinori

GR2 Dehara Tiny Little Objects

Starting August 2nd 2014, Giant Robot will present Japanese artist Dehara Yukinori’s latest work - minuscule versions of his art pieces. Tiny Little Objects will open August 2nd with a reception running from 6:30PM to 10:00PM. The show will be viewable through August 20th 2014.

On Sunday, August 3rd, Dehara will combine forces with illustration legend Terada Katsuya in a live demo featuring Japanese Yokai.

Giant Robot 2 (GR2)
2062 Sawtelle Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90025

Hoodsbee: The Hoodie That Becomes A Friend

Hoodsbee is the "first plush toy that transforms into a hoodie jacket for kids". The folks from HLL Design have taken to Kickstarter in order to raise enough funds to get the interchangeable hoodie - Hoodsbee - into production. Currently, there are nine different character hoodies in the Hoodsbee line. Since they're only showing boys and girls sizes...I'm assuming large man size is not one of the purchasing options.

Pledge levels beginning at $30.00 will receive your choice of hoodie. The project will only be funded if at least $25,000 is pledged by Wednesday August 27th 2014 at 1:12 PM EDT.