Kidrobot has announced a pair of new plush collectibles for fans of everyone's favorite Sega Genesis game - the 1992 video game Sonic the Hedgehog 2. The Sonic the Hedgehog and Tails Plush collectibles are available separately as 8-inch tall Phunny plushies. (Luckily, these are based on the game and not the upcoming film) You can grab both of these over at Kidrobot for $11.99 each.
TNT Plastic has announced the released of two new resin that will drop over the next week or so.
The Candy Corn Snalien will be released on Wednesday October 16th 2019. This will be an initial drop - to get them in your hands in time for Halloween - with a final drop on Halloween for those who miss it. These digitally sculpted and 3D printed figures will glow in the dark.
Also, the Gargoyle Milton figure will drop on Sunday October 13th 2019 at 1PM ET. This figure will be available to purchase for $13.00.
Artist Nathan Hamill will be releasing a a variant of his My Father, My Lord print from 2014 - the My Father, My Lord: Revenge Edition. This Friday - October 11th 2019 - you'll be able to pick up one of these prints from http://nathanhamill.storenvy.com. The 12-inch by 25-inch Giclée Print on Signa Smooth 300GSM Stock will arrive signed by the artist. And you'll be able to grab one for $45.00.
Kidrobot has released a new plush - the Nightmare On Elm Street Freddy Krueger Phunny Plush. You'll need to keep awake when around this creepy plush. Complete with a burnt face, signature striped sweater and razor-bladed glove, the Freddy Krueger plush is ready to complete your horror Phunny collection for $11.99.
Plaseebo has announced lottery details for their Plaseebo SUM figure custom by artist Naomi Knaff. The lottery is open through Wednesday September 18th 2019. This is a one of a kind custom of a vinyl Plaseebo SUM wonderfully painted by the Toronto based artist Naomi Knaff. Naomi has created a luscious paint application that is illuminated from within by a switched color-changing LED unit . Batteries are replaceable. Signed by Naomi.
If you win the lottery, the piece will run $350.00 plus $20.00 for US shipping ($60.00 for worldwide shipping).
To enter lottery, please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Shipping Address
4. Telephone Number
5. PayPal Email Address
6. Instagram ID
Lottery winners will receive notification emails by Thursday September 19th 2019, with figures shipping from the USA upon receipt of payment due by Friday September 20th 2019.
New York City's transition into autumn is accompanied by prolonged darkness at nighttime and a crispness in the air. But this year, the season's arrival will also be heralded by the descent upon Brooklyn of "I can't stop the Monster I created," the first solo gallery exhibition of artist Aaron "Retroband" Moreno.
Known for projecting '70s and '80s horror film-fueled fantasies onto his vinyl-cast MEATS sculpture, Moreno's showcase will focus on renditions of this disquieting form. Manifesting through an impressive array of hand-painted/modified MEATS pieces, as well as an unprecedented selection of 'raw' unpainted versions, "I can't stop the Monster I created" will introduce the award-winning artist's newest interpretation of his monstrous character, one inspired by Japan's Ma-Ba Zombie toy line.
Also debuting at the exhibition is a 154-page retrospective titled "MEATS by Retroband," an art book from CoART Publications. Comprised mainly of specially-commissioned photographs by Bryan Sargent, this full-color monograph details every hand-painted/modified MEATS rendition by Moreno from the form's 2015 introduction until mid-2018.
With all available works sold on a first-come, first-served basis (initial limit of one piece and one book per person), Moreno's "I can't stop the Monster I created" is a free-to-the-pubic exhibition hosted at the Bottleneck Gallery contemporary art space — 60 Broadway in Brooklyn, NY — on Saturday, September 21st 2019 from 6PM to 9PM.
Photos: Bryan Sargent, © 2019 CoART Publications, a division of CoART Media, LLC
Mike Slobot - over at Slobots.com - has released a new series of prints based on Mid-Century influenced robot designs. The series of 8 prints (4 with Radio heads and 4 with TV heads) come in a variety of sizes (8-inch x 10-inch; 11-inch x 17-inch; 13-inch x 19-inch). Larger sizes and prints on canvas are available as special orders. The prints range in price from $24.99 to $42.99.
Also, we have a coupon code for 15% off orders on Slobots.com (over $25) - just enter plastic15.
The artist named Apples returns with a new Custom based on a 4-inch tall Munny. Based on the Dr. Apples franchise, this one is named Dr. Apples: Mr. Know-It-All. The piece is set to be released today and will run $250.00. Further details are listed below...
Oh don’t feel bad for him, he deserved it. Smarty pants played with a few potions and spells, made a boo-boo and jacked up his eye. Sigh, this is my leader. We are currently on the search to find his mother. She was kidnapped by fairies when he was a teen. Come with us on this journey of wonder and maybe some successes.
This is a custom, one-of-one 7” Munny of Dr. Apples. The base is Munny. His face and hands are made from polymer clay. His teeth are made from resin and he has a blue light in the back for his eye to glow. This vinyl toy is based from a scene from the Dr. Apples Novella, Dr. Apples: The Origin, The Eye & The Journey. Some versions of the novella have illustrations made exactly from this one-of-one munny.
With a quote from Richard Adams' Watership Down, Junk Fed and Cassie Hart have introduced a new resin collaboration. Based on Cassie Hart's signature black rabbit, Balance is 4.25-inch tall resin figure that has been hand cast from an original Junk Fed sculpt and hand painted by Cassie herself.
The Balance resin debuts at DragonCon in Atlanta (August 29 - September 2) at Cassie’s booth #B22 in Artist Alley 4th floor of AmericasMart, Building 2. For those who can't make DragonCon, Junk Fed (via their above link) will simultaneously open online pre-orders on Thursday, August 29th 2019 at 10PM ET. This resin will be a limited edition of 40 pieces and will run $75.00 each.
Mr Blank Toys has released the third figure in his Bach Series - I'll Be Bach 3 (Liquid Metal Colorway). Limited to a run of 5 pieces, this 4-inch tall hand crafted resin figure comes carded. The mashup of Johann Sebastian Bach and the T-800 (from Terminator 2), this Model T-1750 can be purchased for $65.00 plus shipping.
“A killing machine from the future, Model T-1750. Sent tot he distant past by future Tannens to pose as German composer and musician Johann Sebastian Bach. It’s mission: To destroy the Brown family bloodline once and for all! After a great battle it ends up frozen in Carbonite and lost in some galaxy far far away. But now it’s Bach, in the future (which is really the past for us), possibly even in some alternate reality, and it’s impersonating the Doc Brown of 2015… Oh no!”