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New Ice Scream Man – Brutherford Industries

March 3rd, 2013

Brutherford Industries have been busy lately and it looks like their fans will reap the benefits. Their Ice Scream Man figure is becoming a touch fancier with the addition of an ornate bowler hat with a waffle pattern. No word yet on a release, but you can enjoy the work in progress pics below. If you are looking to get your ice scream fix sooner rather than later, mph still has some Brutherford figures available including Ice Scream Man in Chocolate, Vanilla, Red Bean, and Black Sesame.

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L’amour Supreme Letterpress Cards

February 28th, 2013

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L’amour Supreme released his first ever letterpress cards. Each one was individually signed and available for $10 + shipping. Not sure if there are any left, as they were posted earlier today, but the artist is asking for you to email him at info@lamoursupreme.com with your email address if you are interested. Speaking of L’amour Supreme, him and Buff Monster have an upcoming show in NY in April at Cotton Candy Machine. Here’s an image of one of their collabs for the show based on an Iron Maiden graphic.

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The Original by Derek Riggs

I’m a fan of this metal homage!  Since we are looking at Iron Maiden-inspired art, below is an image conjured up by artist, EVOKER, followed by the original.

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Check out the many faces of Eddie, Iron Maiden’s mascot.

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Skinner x Scott Tolleson Deadbeet

February 28th, 2013

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Scott Tolleson posted the above images, announcing a collaboration with the one and only art wizard, Skinner, on Scott’s Deadbeet figure. The figure comes out next Friday, so keep an eye out!

Not too familiar with this figure? Read up on it more here. And if you missed our posts on Skinner’s studio tour – you have to check it out!

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Petit Lapin Odyssey – mr. clement

February 27th, 2013

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I am a big fan of mr. clement’s sleek and simple figure designs. The latest release from this artist is the Petit Lapin Odyssey. mr. clement announced that he was looking for an alternative method for coloring these figures (other than a factory), so, he decided to utilize spray paint for each toy to create unique pieces of art. There are 30 available of each colorway (red, yellow, orange, and green). Each comes with a certificate of autheticity and all are 100% hand-painted! These were released almost a day ago on mr. clement’s website and there is no word on whether they are all sold out, so you can always reach out to mr. clement to find out!

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We’re usually well-stocked with mr. clement’s work and right now you can grab a Luster Ji Ja in Black or White from our online store.

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Junior Hellfire – Interview with Lou Pimentel

February 26th, 2013

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In anticipation of the Lou Pimentel x mph labs release of Junior Hellfire edition, here is an interview with Lou in which he discusses the Cranston Fellows Jr. character, figure colorways and more. To read more about the release party happening on Friday, March 1 from 7 – 9pm, click here.

What was your attraction to creating a figure of Cranston Fellows Jr. as his younger self?
I was inspired by the Hollywood business model; put something out there, and if it does well release a prequel!! lol. To be honest I was inspired by the birth of my kids. Have these cute little buggers running/crawling around the house made me wonder about a baby Cranston, and I started playing around with sketches to bring him to life.

Why do you feel that this character lends itself better to a toy design than other characters you’ve created?
For me, what sets Cranston apart from my other characters is his strong personality. Just looking at that huge grin makes me smile. You can tell he has a good side, yet is mischievous at the same time, and I think people can relate with that. Most people can be naughty or nice.

Why did you choose to have the Hellfire colorway as the 1st release outside of the Ghost Blossom edition from NYCC 2012?
Well, I initially wanted to release the Hellfire colorway 1st, but since NYCC 2012 was right around the corner, we decided to release a con exclusive color 1st, and then have an official release party afterwards.

Can we expect to see more colorways of this figure?
There will be plenty of new colorways, and there are a few that I am very excited about and think people will appreciate.

I would like to add a THANK YOU, to everyone that has supported the Cranston projects from day one, because of you my dream of having my own vinyl toy is now a reality, and that means a lot to me.

A big thanks goes out to Lou for answering these questions. He’ll be in attendance at the release party, so if you’d like to meet the artist behind Junior, make sure to attend.
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