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DCON18: Plaseebo in Attendance

Plaseebo will be at Designer Con, for the first time, in 2018. They will be showing with RAW TOYS at Booth #2343. And, thankfully, artist Bob Conge has sent along photos of some of the pieces that will be available at the booth.

“The Pox Cyclops”
Plaseebo/SHB/Rampage Toys. This 8.5-inch tall vinyl features red glass inset eye and an internal motion activated color-changing LED unit with replaceable batteries. It's painted and signed by Bob.
Exclusive edition of 3 pieces
$250.00 each

“The Mummy Keeper”
A Plaseebo custom mash-up of a PLT Blood Majin and a Violence Toy figure. Each figure has an internal motion activated color-changing LED unit with replaceable batteries. The Mummy figure has red inset eyes and is wrapped in Mummy cloth. Painted and signed by Bob.
1 piece available
$350.00

“The Moonlight Gnaw”
Plaseebo/SHB/Rampage Toys. This 8.5-inch tall vinyl has green inset eyes and an internal motion activated color-changing LED unit with replaceable batteries. Clear blue vinyl body filled with monster guts. Painted and signed by Bob.
Exclusive edition of 2 pieces
Price unknown

Zukaty x Phobia Toys – Neon Galaxy Rowlii

Zukaty and Phobia Toys have collaborated on a mini run release of Rowlii figures. Rowlii stands approximately 6.5 inches tall with 3 points of articulation. The figure's designed and sculpted by Phobia toys. This Neon Galaxy Rowlii run is limited to only 6 pieces. They are priced at $130.00 plus shipping ($10 US, $25 international).

To purchase one, please email phobiatoys@gmail.com with the subject “Neon Galaxy Rowlii” and include the following:

1. Name
2. Address
3. Email
4. PayPal email (to send invoice)
5. Instagram name (optional)

The “STOMAK” Lottery – from Plaseebo

The “STOMAK” Lottery is open now thru Wednesday October 17th 2018. This is a Plaseebo custom of Nate The Milkmans “STOMAK” figure. It is limited to only 2 pieces. Cast in Japanese glow in the dark vinyl 6 inches high by 8 inches long. He has 3 inset glass eyes that are illuminated from within by a switched color-changing LED unit mounted in the base of the figure. Batteries are replaceable. Painted with a blend of Monster Kolor sprays and signed by Bob Conge.

But, remember, the customs will be available via lottery...with payment of $350.00 plus $20.00 for US shipping o $60.00 for worldwide shipping.

To enter lottery, please send the following to bob@plaseebo.net:

1. Name
2. Shipping Address
3. Country
4. Telephone Number
5. PayPal Email Address
6. Instagram ID

Lottery winners will receive notification emails by Friday October 19th 2018. Figures will ship from the USA upon receipt of payment due by October 21st 2018.

The Skull Walker for the Under The Bed Show

Bob Conge of Plaseebo has sent along photos of this one of a kind custom piece that will be in the forthcoming Clutter Gallery show “Under The Bed” opening October 13th 2018.

“The Skull Walker” is a custom mash-up of a hand cast resin Plaseebo skull on a Plaseebo sculpt Walker vinyl body produced by Planet-X. He measures 8 inches tall with an internal motion activated color-changing LED unit with replaceable batteries and green inset eyes. It's custom painted with Monster Kolor sprays and hand-signed by Bob.

Oh...and yes...he lives under your bed.

Plaseebo – “The Stone Walker Revenge” Lottery

Plaseebo has announced that "The Stone Walker Revenge” Lottery is OPEN NOW thru Saturday September 29th 2018. This is the first custom release of "The Stone Walker” Plaseebo vinyl produced by Planet-X and is LIMITED to only 2 pieces. He is 7 1/2 inches tall, has a color-changing LED unit with replaceable batteries mounted inside, and red glass inset eyes. Each one is custom painted with lots of blood. He also comes with a hand cast resin bloody decapitated head of a conquistador, sculpted by Bob Conge. Each piece is hand-signed by Bob.

If you win, the figure will run you $250.00 plus $20.00 for US shipping ($40.00 for world-wide shipping). Lottery winners will receive notification emails by October 1st 2018. Figure will ship from the US upon receipt of payment due on October 3rd 2018.

To enter lottery, please send the following to bob@plaseebo.net

1. Name
2. Shipping Address
3. Country
4. Telephone Number
5. PayPal Email Address
6. Instagram / Facebook ID

Here is the backstory:

Journey Of The Stone Walker
Copyright Bob Conge 2018

Our story begins some fifteen thousand years ago with a small band of Siberian hunters crossing the Bearing Sea ice bridge and slowly making their way south over the glaciers of the last North American Ice Age. It is a treacherous journey with week long storms of furious white driven by fierce and frozen winds. In the fury of one blinding storm, the leader of this clan looses his footing and falls into the black void of a half mile deep crevice.

The group continued south and their decedents eventually became the Anasazi people
( ancient ones ) who populated what is now the South West of the United States from 100 AD thru the end of the 13th century.

In the year 1678 a Hopi medicine man ventured north from his village on a vision quest to seek the wisdom of his ancestors, the Anasazi. His journey took him far from his home to a deep cave in the terminal moraine of the last glacial age near the Canadian border. On the tenth night, the flame of his fire caught a reflection from something high above him in the cold black of the cave. As the medicine man moved closer with a lighted piece of hickory, he saw in the cave wall what seemed to be a giant man made of stone with moist shiny eyes. It was in fact the stone covered body of his ancestor, who had fallen into the crevice of the ice sheet fifteen thousand years before. The medicine man used his many skills to summon the flicker of life he saw in the creatures eyes to fill his massive stone frame and free him from the frozen wall.

He returned to his village with the impregnable Stone Walker, who in 1696 led the Pueblo peoples revolt to expel the Spanish from the region.

Some Hopi say they still see the great stone warrior guarding the moonlit flats below the cliffs of First Mesa.