September 20th, 2013
In a world where the Tyrannosaurus Rex is constantly criticized, Rexy just wants to be loved. Be prepared to catch this special NYCC 2013 edition Rexy vying for your attention in a number of disguises. Sculpted by hand and made with love, no two Rexys are exactly alike. Standing at 4.25″ tall, Rexy will be available throughout NYCC at the myplasticheart booth #113 for $40. Leesasaur will also be signing at our booth that weekend (Time and date to be announced).
Somewhere on an island beneath the depths of the equator, emerged LEESASAUR, an artist certain she was of the reptilian species.
With her primary medium being yarn, Leesasaur crochets a variety of creations ranging from popular iconic-video game and movie characters, to her own tragically cute “Damaged Goods” and “I Agore You” lines.
Inspired by an overwhelming amount of feelings, and need for tangibility, Leesasaur strives to create pieces that will ultimately bring happiness.Every project is her own pattern and engineering.
Learn more about Leesasaur:
Website – www.leesasaur.com
Twitter – @leesasaurcave
Instagram – @leesasaur
Facebook – www.facebook.com/leesasaurcave
September 19th, 2013
Junior makes a triumphant return to NYCC and is all decked out for Halloween. Necro Candy Corn Junior arrives in a clear yellow body, painted orange and white with yellow spray ready to give all the neighborhood kids cavities! Look for Junior at the myplasticheart booth #113 during NYCC 2013 for $35. Lou Pimentel, the artist behind Junior will be on hand to sign and sketch (Time and date to be announced).
Before he was Cranston Fellows Jr., this little devil bat was just known as Junior. Small, egg shaped and lovable, he was born in the underworld and was a prankster from day one. Junior likes to dance, paint, and play practical jokes. His favorite pastime is hiding in small places and jumping out to scare his mom. Yes, he’s living his toddler years to their fullest. He does not make his bed and loves making a mess. He prefers peanut M&M’s and is always looking for new adventures. Speaking of adventure, Junior would love to come home with you to start one together. You bring cookies and a map and he’ll bring the ruckus.
Learn more about Lou Pimentel:
Website – www.lou-pimentel.com
Instagram – @loupimentel
Twitter – @loupimentel
Facebook – www.facebook.com/lou.pimentel , www.facebook.com/CranstonFellowsJr
September 18th, 2013
The Outlander is a mysterious figure in the 481Universe. His past is unknown even to himself. To search for answers he travels through space and time on a quest to discover his past and unearth his destiny.
The Outlander is a super articulated figure with a fully realized story and background designed and created by NiStuff. It is built using the modular Glyos system of toys so you can add and interchange each of it’s 18 parts with different Glyos pieces to build new and unique creations of your own. Available in 2 versions, Hemic (Red) and Stygian (Black) are made of clear red and solid black components and come with removable helmets. A shared exclusive with NiStuff, Hemic & Stygian Outlanders are available at the myplasticheart booth #113 throughout NYCC 2013 for $10 each. NiStuff will have their versions available at www.481universe.com on September 27th at 9PM EDT.
The Outlander figure is a 3” PVC figure. It is compatible with Onell Design’s Gylos toys and has 18 different parts including a removable helmet. He can be used with other Outlanders or Glyos figures to create hundreds of new characters and creatures.
Learn more about NiStuff:
Website – www.481universe.com , www.nistuff.com
Instagram – @nistuff
Twitter – @NiStuff
Facebook – www.facebook.com/nistuff
September 12th, 2013
Artist/illustrator Yoskay Yamamoto worked together with Mighty Jaxx to bring one of his amazing creations to life. Originally a sculpture that was part of Yoskay’s last solo exhibition, “joke’s on me…”, Sideways is now a limited edition art multiple created in wood and resin. The NYCC Edition Sideways is the final retail version and is limited to only 100 pieces. Available exclusively at the myplasticheart booth #113 throughout NYCC 2013 for $85. Yoskay will also be making the trip to NYCC and will be signing at our booth (Time and date to be announced).
Born and raised in Toba, Japan, Yoskay Yamamoto moved to the United States at the age of 15. A self-trained illustrator, Yamamoto’s artistic tastes expanded as he fell in love with the urban culture of the West coast. Yamamoto discovered a way to fuse the two different cultural backgrounds together into his work. Yamamoto nostalgically blends pop iconic characters from his new Western home with traditional and mythical Japanese elements, balancing his Asian heritage with urban pop art.
Learn more about Yoskay Yamamoto:
Website – www.yoskay.com
Instagram – @yoskayyamamoto
Facebook – www.facebook.com/pages/Yoskay-Yamamoto/105115035399
September 11th, 2013
Akashi makes a triumphant return 5 years later in a brand new form! Akashi 5YL is the updated version of the Mickey/Mario inspired mashup created by sculptor, animator, artist Dave Bondi. You may know Dave as the sculptor of some of your favorite vinyl toys Mr. Bunny, Fire Cat (by Joe Ledbetter) and Possessed (by Luke Chueh). Our exclusive Mono Edition of Akashi 5YL will be available throughout NYCC 2013 at the myplasticheart booth #113. Available for $65 in a run of 50 pieces. Want more? Dave will be in attendance at NYCC and will be signing at our booth (Time and date to be announced).
Dave Bondi’s varied artistic talents have led him on a meandering career path. He is a fifteen year veteran of the animation and video game industry having worked for such notable entertainment companies as Electronic Arts, Disney, Activision, Mattel and the television show “SouthPark”. His work spans a broad range of disciplines, ranging from traditional sculpture to highly technical media. Known for his contributions as a sculptor in the designer toy art scene, he has collaborated with artists Ron English, Joe Ledbetter, Luke Chueh, and others. Inquisitive and creative, he continues to be challenged by new mediums and projects. Dave received his BFA from the University of Michigan. He lives and works in Los Angeles,California.
Learn more about Dave Bondi:
Website – www.davebondi.com
Twitter – @bondi , @davebondi
Instagram – @davebondi
Facebook – www.facebook.com/dave.bondi