DKE Toys at DCON 2017 Batch #3: Carlos Ramirez, Kjelshus Collins, Kosmo Toys, Nick C. Kirk, 2bithack, DLL Customs, and D$B!

Designer Con is this weekend. Come through and see DKE Toys along with 400 other vendors slinging all the best in Designer Toys, art, books, apparel and more. It’s sure to be a swell time and a superb place to get your holiday shopping done.
 
DKE Toys will be set up at Designer Con at the Pasadena Convention Center Nov 11-12. Booth #812
http://www.designercon.com
 
There are always more photos on our Flickr. The DCON 2017 album link is https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums/72157665650666709
 
Or find all of our albums here https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums
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El Trooper by Carlos Ramirez
El Trooper is the follow up to the sold out SDCC release of Santo Vader by Carlos Ramirez. Each resin figure is hand painted by Carlos and the plywood backer card is also hand done. No two are the same. Signed and numbered edition of 20. $100 tax included 
 
Carlos Ramirez is formerly a member of the Date Farmer collaborative. Carlos hand made a wooden figure which was cast in resin. He hand painted and decorated each one individually and carded them on a hand painted card back which is cut from plywood. Each one is unique. Signed and numbered out of 30 on the back. 

Each figure is about 4 inches tall. At $100 this is one of the best deals of the show. You can’t get a piece of his art for less and when the Date Farmers were still partners paintings ranged in the $5-25k range.

Carlos has worked with many galleries including;
Ace Gallery, Los Angeles/Beverly Hills
New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles
Jonathan Levine, New York
The Luggage Store, San Francisco
Upper Playground, San Francisco
His work has been featured in numerous publications including;
Juxtapoz
Modern Painter
Time
Instagram @C.ramirez2323
Facebook carlos ramirez
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Le Lutteur by Kjelshus Collins
Artist Kjelshus Collins has created Le Lutteur which is based on a Mexican wrestler figure.  He hand cast and painted these 4″ tall figures and carded them on a backing card with one of his paintings.  Signed and numbered edition of 25
Kjelshus “KJ” Collins is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator based out of Oklahoma City. He studied ceramics, casting, and art history at Oklahoma State University earning a BFA and BA in 2006.  Much of his childhood was spent traveling in a truck around the United States attending large arts festivals with his family displaying and selling paintings.  Kjelshus was first introduced to traditional printmaking at OSU and continued to study this craft after undergrad through other institutions such as the Oklahoma Arts Institute.  Aside from printmaking and ceramics, Kjelshus has used the “toy” as an artistic vessel to further explore the relationship with adulthood and the childhood remnant, as well as blurring the line between handmade two dimensional works on paper and hand cast three dimensional sculpture.  Though he has seen the world, he still resides, teaches, and works in his studio in Oklahoma.
Instagram @killajayzeus

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Shogun Vader by Kosmo Toys
 
Kosmo Toys made these stunning figures in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Hand cast and painted. Comes in a box with art on 5 sides. Signed and numbered edition of 20 
 
Instagram @kosmotoys

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VIP Citizen Trump – Diamonds and Gold by Nick C. Kirk.  
 
“The VIP Citizen Trump series started as wheat paste propaganda graffiti on the streets on New York. Wanting to accurately describe Trump to the people in something other than the presidential suit, Nick came up with the riot gear concept, a representation of fighting the people.”  Nick hand cast and painted this 5″ resin figure on a 6×9 cardback. The riot gear is painted 24k gold and the VIP shield is dusted with diamonds.  Signed and numbered edition of 13. $95 each 

 

Nick works in an array of traditional and contemporary methods of drawing, sculpting, printmaking, painting, installation and interactive works which push the boundaries into contemporary mediums.  Visually, Nick’s work is anything but traditional, as he juxtaposes imagery from mass-production, the world of advertisement, and pop-culture.  Sometimes he draws his visual language from the commercials preserved in childhood nostalgia or ripped from the 24-hour news cycle.  He uses scale and contradiction as a means to highlight opinions that often go unquestioned.  Nick seeks to deliver an experience that engages his audience with a dose of cynicism sprinkled with irony and taken with a spoonful of humor.  In the end Nick asks the audience to question the status quo of society – to confront the compliance of culture and current affairs, and he uses the vibrant mass-media visual aesthetic to do so.

 

The VIP Citizen Trump series all started as wheat paste propaganda graffiti on the streets on New York.  Nick worked with his crew – WWG – World Wide Guerillas, pasting anti Trump work around the 5 boroughs.  “I’m surprised there isn’t more anti Trump work being made and posted up in the city.  It’s like people are getting complacent with this guy, it’s awful”.  Wanting to accurately describe Trump to the people in something other than the presidential suit, Nick came up with the riot gear concept, a representation of fighting the people.  He then changed the front of the shield to say “VIP”.  “The VIP shield sums up what Trump thinks about America.  Americans are better than everyone and not everyone can get in.  It’s just like the concept of getting into a bar or nightclub.  If you’re cool enough, important enough or pretty enough, you get to enter.. otherwise, take a hike.  I mean we’re about to build the great wall of America because of this guy.  It’s going to be in the history books and something Americans are known for.. dividing the world and keeping your neighbor out of your yard”.  The VIP Citizen Trump is an ongoing series that will continue in the form of street art, 2 and 3 dimensional art as well as some performance art that is soon to come to the streets of New York.
 
Instagram @nickckirk

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FN-2187 Starkillerbase Sanitation Worker by 2BITHACK 
$55 tax inc  Each 3.75″ figure is hand cast and painted on card. Signed and numbered edition of 20 
 
Instagram @2bithack

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DLL Customs Art Show
We did a little something different this year. Derrick Lauglaug, or more simply “LOG-LOG”, from DLL Customs put together a little art show for us with some of his very complex resin pieces.

 

“The Eternal Struggle Between Good And Evil” – Edition of 3 custom resin playset collections measuring 12″×9.25″×8″. Each set consists of 3 individual pieces. $250
“The Legend of Kitty Hawk” (Playset Version) – Edition of 2 unique resin playset collections measuring 11″×9″×6.5″. Each set consists of 4 individual pieces. $220
“The Heavens And The Angels” – Edition of 3 unique resin pieces measuring 7.5″×6.5″×6.5″. Glow-in-the-dark; green figure and blue base. $80
“WOODSTOCK” – An artist proof and 1 from an edition of 3 unique resin pieces measuring 10.5″×7″×4.5″. Solid cast weighs over 3 pounds. $200
“Evolution Kid” by Less Than Jake (Guitar Version) – Edition of 10 hand poured clear resin pieces measuring 6″×2.75″×2.5″. Comes bagged with header card. $45
 
“STARMAN”  – Special DCON edition of 5 pieces. Custom 3.75″ scale resin figure blister packed on backer board. Glow-in-the-dark abilities. Produced by the Galactic Jerkbags. $80
 
Bio: DLL Customs has been pushing the boundaries of the resin designer toy art world since starting up monthly releases in late 2013. Using innovative ideas and concepts, combined with a wide variety of themes, DLL continues to think outside the box and deliver unique products to resin toy art connoisseurs around the globe.
 
Instagram @dllcustoms
 

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And here’s one for the road. What even is this?! I’m sure Dollar $lice Bootlegs will be hanging out at DCON to explain himself.
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DKE Toys at DCON 2017 Batch #2: Fresh Monkey Fiction, RYCA, and Joshua’s Toybox!

DKE Toys will be set up at Designer Con at the Pasadena Convention Center Nov 11-12. Booth #812
http://www.designercon.com
 
This is the 2nd of 3 batches of Con Stuff DKE Toys will debut at DCON. 
 
There are always more photos on our Flickr. The DCON 2017 album link is https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums/72157665650666709
 
Or find all of our albums here https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums
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Amazing Heroes Alex Pardee’s Ron by Fresh Monkey Fiction
Fresh Monkey Fiction’s Amazing Heroes line has been out for a few years after a few very successful Kickstarters. Originally designed as action figure platform for super heroes from yesteryear, Fresh Monkey Fiction has tapped the sick mind of artist Alex Pardee to design it’s first original creation. We give you RON: REAPER OF NIGHTMARES!!!  $40 inc tax    4.5″ carded figure    Signed and numbered edition of 100

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Cross Section Brat by RYCA
 
UK artist RYCA is an unstoppable machine much like his Cross Section Brat that mashes up our favorite bad boy and this cybernetic killer from the future. Hand cast and painted 3″ carded figure. Signed and numbered edition of 50.  $55  
Get one before it gets you!
 
Ryan’s work originally rose to fame through his involvement with the street art scene under the pseudonym RYCA. Over the last five years however, he has developed an ever increasing presence and reputation creating prints and graphics under his own name. Through combining words and images from popular culture, with the materials and techniques traditionally associated with pub signs, he creates nostalgic, playful images that are both accessible and highly technically accomplished.
 
Instagram @ryca_artist

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JJ “Jabber” Hut by RYCA
 
For some strange reason either Ryan Callanan likes to waste a lot of resin or he buys it in such volume that he can afford to just give it away. JJ “Jabber” Hut like the Wampapi and Stay Fresh man before are HUGE!!!  How he can deliver such heavy pieces for only $90 is unimaginable.  Hand cast and painted 8″ carded figure. Signed and numbered edition of 30.
 
Ryan’s work originally rose to fame through his involvement with the street art scene under the pseudonym RYCA. Over the last five years however, he has developed an ever increasing presence and reputation creating prints and graphics under his own name. Through combining words and images from popular culture, with the materials and techniques traditionally associated with pub signs, he creates nostalgic, playful images that are both accessible and highly technically accomplished.
 
Instagram @ryca_artist
 

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Mr. Evil Mind by Joshua’s Toybox
 
13 year old Joshua Grossberg from Joshua’s Toybox is premiering his first figure ever at DCon this year, Mr. Evil Mind.  He hand cast and painted these 4″ carded creatures himself. Signed and numbered edition of 10. Only $25!!!
Instagram @joshuastoybox

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DKE Toys at DCON 2017: Batch #1 UME Toys, Mark Todd, Credenda Studios, Buzzard Guts and Wolf Pits

DKE Toys will be set up at Designer Con at the Pasadena Convention Center Nov 11-12. Booth #812

http://www.designercon.com

This is the 1st of 3 batches of Con Stuff DKE Toys will debut at DCON.

There are always more photos on our Flickr. The DCON 2017 album link is https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums/72157665650666709

Or find all of our albums here https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums

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Richard Page of UME Toys has created his addition to the “Crazy” Ball universe.  Scum & Villainy – Wretched Ball evokes the image of our (second?) favorite bounty hunter.  Hand cast and painted 3″ figure bagged with header card.  Signed and numbered edition of 20. $65

Richard Page,  founder of UME-Toys, is a creative professional whose background is founded in graphic design. UME-Toys (You&Me) came to life as a joint project with his daughter @elmos_empire to serve as an outlet for their joint ideas whilst she was being home schooled. Always a keen doodler Richard began to turn his sketches into finished resin collectables, growing the UME brand through social media, gallery shows and word of mouth. In 2014 he won the prestigious Clutter Designer Toy Awards for best resin toy with his cute GeekWok character. 

www.UMETOYS.NET 

Instagram @richpage

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STR WAS: DTH VDR by Mark Todd

The third and last edition of this figure STR WAS: DTH VDR by Mark Todd will rear its head complete with googly eyes and paper clip light sabers. Card backs were printed on a reisograph to give that underground zine feel and Mark as always delivers on these hand painted beauties. The hand cast resin was based on Mark’s own sculpt. 3.75″ scale carded figure. Signed and numbered edition of 30.  $55

Instagram @mark_todd

marktoddillustration.com

Bio: Like many kids raised in the 70’s, Mark was influenced at an early age by Star Wars and comic books. Unlike many kids, he grew up just a few miles from the Vegas strip, it’s neon and glitz looming over the city. He graduated with honors from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and currently lives and works in the Los Angeles area with his wife, artist Esther Pearl Watson, their daughter Lili and two French Bulldogs, Mr. Pickles and Gherkin.

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Feddy Frett by Credenda Studios

“It looks like Credenda Studios’ evil twin has stolen the plans to one of his prized figures, the Freddy Fett. Only he didn’t get all of the secrets. After months of trying and failing, a clone of the Freddy Fett has been produced. Only it’s not what you’d think it would be. With a knockoff backer card and some interesting back story, the evil twin has created a new monster and his name is Feddy Frett.”

The Horror Hunters return, only this time with a bootleg-Turkish-Uzay feel to it. There have been 4 figures in this series so far but this one has been gone for so many years that it was time to bring it back.  Hand cast and painted 3.75″ carded figure. Signed and numbered edition of 30.  $65”

 

www.CredendaStudios.net

Instagram.com/CredendaStudios

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A Life Day Story by Buzzard Guts

Following his NYCC sell out of Say Utinni D.A. Marx from Buzzard Guts is back with another movie parody A Life Day Story.  Hand cast and painted 3.75″ scale carded figure.  Signed and numbered edition of 35. $30 each and comes with accessories as shown. Be careful you’ll shoot your eye out.

Illustrated by Last Boss Comics.

Buzzard Guts was founded in 1994 as a hand distributed “fan” zine by self proclaimed “artist” and multi-dimensional guru Dain A. Marx who has been creating and exploring alternate universes since the early 70s. Now, Buzzard Guts produces kit bashed hand cast resin figures from a trailer in the woods. These “bootleg toys” of characters from alternate realities feature collaborations from various talented illustrators like Neil Devlin of Last Boss Comics, Ryan Winn of Valiant Comics and maybe one day, you!

Instagram @damarxtoys

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Preacher Creature by Wolf Pits

Artist Ryan Taft aka Wolf Pits is premiering one of his first carded figures with us, Preacher Creature.  Hand cast and painted 4″ carded figure     Signed and numbered edition of 25   $55

Instagram and Twitter @wolfpits

Website www.wolfpits.com

Facebook.com/wolfpits

 

Dov at NYCC on Tested

Poor sick Dov talks about resin art toy action figures at the DKE Toys NYCC booth on Adam Savage’s TESTED.

DKE Toys at NYCC 2017 – Batch #3 of 3: Scott C., Buzzard Guts, and Acquired Taste Industries

This is the last batch of Con Stuff for NYCC! Come see Dov next weekend in booth #678.

The Great Showdowns by Scott C

The Great Showdowns are a series of paintings, art shows, and books depicting classic pop culture good guys and bad guys. This figure was sculpted by George Gaspar of Double G toys who helped bring Scott C’s characters to life.
You get two hand cast and hand painted resin figures on each card featuring Scott C’s signature. He also numbered them out of 50. 
$100 each 
 
Instagram @scottlava

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Buzzard Guts was founded in 1994 as a hand distributed “fan” zine by self proclaimed “artist” and multi-dimensional guru Dain A. Marx who has been creating and exploring alternate universes since the early 70s. Now, Buzzard Guts produces kit bashed hand cast resin figures from a trailer in the woods. These “bootleg toys” of characters from alternate realities feature collaborations from various talented illustrators like Neil Devlin of Last Boss Comics, Ryan Winn of Valiant Comics and maybe one day, you!
Instagram @damarxtoys
 
Buzzard guts has two pieces for this show. The first is an 80s throwback. 
He says “In the 80’s I rented a lot of videos from the local video store. I’d get a lot of different things but was always looking for movies that were more like Star Wars. One day I thought how cool would it be if all movies were like Star Wars. Within that thought a universe was created.” From this alternate reality Buzzard Guts presents a slice of nostalgia representing a charming tale of first love between an eternally optimistic Jawa and a sophisticated Astromech droid. Say something smart, say something clever, say something real, say utinni!
3.75″ handcrafted Resin figure on cardback.
Illustrated by Last Boss Comics.
 
Say Utinni by Buzzard Guts
Hand cast and painted 3.75″ scale carded figure 
Signed and numbered edition of 30 
$45

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Here it is! Just in time for Halloween! If you’re a fan of Boba Fett and Frankenstein but already have a Franken Fett then look no further! Boba-Stein is everyone’s new favorite zombie clone! Crafted in the dreary south by DAM and presented to you by Buzzard Guts. Each 3.75″ resin figure is hand painted and mounted on a silk-screened card back with illustration by Last Boss Comics. Each card includes a unique personal touch and they Glow in the Dark! 
 
Boba-Stein by Buzzard Guts
Hand cast and painted 3.75″ scale carded figure 
Signed and numbered edition of 30 
$55

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Can’t say for sure but this looks to be an r2 dome made out of the top of a Magical Floridian Giant Golfball. And what is that inside, Walt frozen in ice? Hands of our favorite mouse? 
 
Thought long dead, Emperor Cryogenius continues to rule the galaxy secretly from the catacombs of an amusement park shrine he built as a tribute to himself, now more powerful than ever.

Emperor Cryogenius by Acquired Taste Industries 
Hand cast and painted 3.75″ scale carded figure 
Signed and numbered edition of 30 
$65
Instagram @acquiredtasteindustries
 facebook.com/acquiredtasteindustries

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DKE Toys at NYCC 2017 – Batch #2 of 3: Little Lazies, RYCA, Junk Fed, and Dollar $lice Bootlegs

DKE Toys will be set up at New York Comic Con Oct 5-8 at the Javits Center in NYC http://www.newyorkcomiccon.com
Booth #678

This is the 2nd of 3 batches of Con Stuff DKE Toys will debut at NYCC.

There are always more photos on our Flickr. The NYCC 2017 album link is https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums/72157689258244605
 
Or find all of our albums here https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums
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Lucky Chew by Little Lazies 
Individually hand sculpted 2″ figure 
Signed and numbered edition of 35 
$55

Each piece is hand sculpted by Leah Lester of Little Lazies. 
No two are exactly the same but they are so close to one another that it’s kind of hard to imagine that they aren’t cast.
 
Bio: Little Lazies are weird, little, clay creatures made by Leah Lester, a monster maker living in Seattle, WA. How did it all start? Leah was a full time cake decorator who very much enjoyed sculpting out of edible paste for the cakes she created. One sunny day in June 2010 she said to herself, “I want to make a monster for the top of this cake!” So she did just that… Soon after, her friends started encouraging her to create these characters into clay; something that they could keep for a lifetime. So with that, Leah bought some clay and with lots of practice, experimenting, character developing and imagination her monsters evolved into what they are today – the Little Lazies! Shop link – littlelazies.com 
 
Instagram @littlelazies

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Ryan Callanan a.k.a RYCA has long since been one of the most sought after artists at artrepublic. He burst onto the scene back in 2006 with his Star Wars inspired print, Reservoir Troopers (red) that sold out at in astonishingly quick time. In May of the same year thieves broke into the gallery and stole the same piece, believing it to be a Banksy. The artist told us at the time that he was quite chuffed with the mistake. He graduated from art school in 2002 and was inspired to create his first print, Ona Islam after visiting the acclaimed London exhibition of Banksy works, ‘Santa’s Ghetto’ in 2006. Other sources of inspiration include cult classics, the Star Wars franchise, Pop Art, and the Renaissance. uDrawing inspiration for his career as a 3D sign writer, RYCA incorporates a wide use of materials including resin and glass into his sculptural pieces. With his in-depth knowledge of materials and craftsmanship he is currently working on new projects with hip-hop song lyrics alongside numerous public commissions. RYCA made headlines when he realized his ‘Acid Cup’, a handcrafted replicate of the World Cup trophy, to coincide with the 2014 tournament in Brazil. Big Beat DJ and Brighton hero Fatboy Slim loved RYCA’s sculpture so much he took one on tour with him as he played a host of huge gigs around the country. He has exhibited worldwide and enjoyed a number of highly successful solo shows, also collaborating with a number of well respected artists including Ben Eine, David Walker and Stik.
 
Instagram @ryca_art
 
 
RYCA said that Andre never got a chance to wear his own shirt. Here the famous meme is now recycled as a figure. Reminiscent of the 90s Hasbro WWF figures. 

Recycle the Giant by RYCA 
Hand cast and painted 5″ carded figure 
Signed and numbered edition of 20 
$65

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UK Street artist RYCA had such a huge success at SDCC with Wampapi that he had to make more BIG STUFF.
Each piece is almost 1.5 pounds of resin on hand silk screened and laser cut card back. He even vacuforms his own blisters.
 
Stay Fre$h is a hustler from the mean streets of 80’s NYC, after getting blasted by four guys in ’84, he never goes anywhere without his vest.
 
 
The Stay Fresh Man by RYCA 
Hand cast and painted 6″ carded figure 
Signed and numbered edition of 30 
$80

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This is what looks to be the final installment of Junk Fed’s Space Madness series. The Mirror version of our favorite Vulcan.
 
Space Madness Mirror Universe Spocktrooper by Junk Fed 
Hand cast and painted 3.75″ carded figure 
Signed and numbered edition of 20 
$80
Instagram @junkfed

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G.I. Blow the Crusty Clown by Dollar $lice Bootlegs

  
Dollar Slice is at it again and this time with a not so politically correct version of this cartoonish clown. Junkie got in trouble and now you can own it.

Hand cast and painted 3.75″ carded figure. Magnet articulated.

Signed and numbered edition of 30   
$55

Bio: John Pryor better known as Dollar $lice Bootlegs is a yeti on acid.  Hailing from Carmel Valley, CA, John Pryor improves the planet one toy at a time with a heavy leaning towards fun.  He’s also a great cook.
Instagram @dollar_slice_bootlegs

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Sarah Jo shows off DKE Toys NYCC Con Stuff on Toy Geeks!

DKE Toys at NYCC 2017 – Batch #1 of 3 Josh Mayhem, Manly Art, Manny X Romero, and Special Ed Toys!

DKE Toys will be set up at New York Comic Con Oct 5-8 at the Javits Center in NYC http://www.newyorkcomiccon.com
Booth #678
This is the 1st of 3 batches of Con Stuff DKE Toys will debut at NYCC.
There are always more photos on our Flickr. The NYCC 2017 album link is https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums/72157689258244605
Or find all of our albums here https://www.flickr.com/photos/dketoys/albums
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Finally Josh Mayhem has created a piece of art in the 3.75” action figure format.
Blown Away Trooper by Josh Mayhem 
Hand painted customized vintage 3.75″ carded figure
Signed and numbered edition of 50 
$125

 

 
Bio: Josh Mayhem’s lifelong habit of collecting children’s playthings has fueled his passion for transforming said toys into objects d’art. Embracing both order and chaos as inspiration points, Mayhem’s mixed media ‘art toys’ tend to be created in two contrasting styles: intricate, detailed assemblages comprised of Japanese model kit parts, and more free-flowing, expressionist sculptures. Among his best-known pieces are those constituting his “Blown Away” series, in which mass-produced forms are covered in strands of resin and layers of acrylic paint to create gravity-defying drips that give the impression of the work being deconstructed by a strong wind. The popularity of this direction has led to Mayhem being nominated for Designer Toy Awards, participating in TRASHed: Art of Recycling at Coachella Festival, representation by the Corner12 agency, and continuing partnerships with the premiere worldwide creator and dealer of limited edition art toys, Kidrobot.
 
IG / Twitter: @joshmayhem1

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Bounty Hunter by Manly Art

Each one is an original painting !!!!
Signed and numbered out of 24.

$150 and comes with a sparkly green figure.

Jason Chalker (aka Manly Art) is a East-Coast based illustrator and toy maker. He has done illustration work for Upper Deck and Topps on brands such as Marvel, Mars Attacks, and Star Wars. His Pimp2-D2 action figure line has managed to find its way into the collection at Rancho Obi-Wan and the homes of collectors around the world.

www.manlyart.com
http://manlyart.blogspot.com
http://manlyart.bigcartel.com
https://www.facebook.com/themanlyart

Instagram @manlyart

https://plus.google.com/+Manlyart1

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Blart by by Manny X Romero – Iconoclast Toys 
Hand cast and painted 4” carded figure
Signed and numbered edition of 50 
$75

Ron English created a brand new rendition called Blart for Manny X. Comes with 2 of 4 snacks. In easy open clamshell packaging. 

Instagram @artisdead

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Stranger Wars: Princess El by Special Ed Toys
Hand cast and painted 3.75″ carded figure
Signed and numbered edition of 25  $100

Special Ed Toys

www.specialedtoys.com

Instagram @specialedtoys

“From bootleg toys to terrible “art” of dubious quality, there is no type of “artistic” medium I won’t shamelessly exploit in my mission to bring a little bit of terribleness into collector’s homes far and wide!”
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Dov Goes “Behind the Counter” on Toy Geeks this week!

Interview with Dov on Temple of Geek

DKE Toys… SDCC’s most unique collection.

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