September 27th, 2016
We are very happy to once again be working with the very talented Otto Bjornik on his latest release, Mogu. Based on his previous illustration work, these little forest sprites are casted resin and each are handpainted by Bjornik . Mogu will be available for $40 each at the myplasticheart booth #113 during New York Comic Con.
The Mogu love their forest, for it is their playground and their home. It is known that when Mogu appear, that balance exists between the physical and spirit realm, and that all is well in nature. The little forest spirits like to chase each other around the giant trunks of their protector trees, where they dwell. They are playful, curious creatures, but the Mogu are quick to flee from prying eyes, seldom showing themselves to outsiders.
It is difficult to catch the Mogu, as they can flitter in and out of time and space. They can even instantaneously travel short distances through this method, and the twins Kali and Kana are among the best travelers. Kali, the mischievous adventurer, is always teasing the more patient and stoic Kana, but they are seldom ever apart.
When one walks under the shade of a leafy forest canopy, one might hear their faint child-like laughter in the wind. And if you look very closely, you may even spot a little mushroom-topped head scampering off into the shadows, blending well with the foliage
September 27th, 2016
Zipper Rabbit goes undercover for New York Comic Con! Korean artist Eloise Kim brings us a new take on her rabbit figure with the secretive “Rabbit Man”. Rabbit Man comes complete with felt cape and mask to hide his identity while going on his many adventures. Rabbit Man is limited to 50 pcs and will be available for $79 each at the myplasticheart booth #113 during New York Comic Con.
Learn more about Eloise Kim:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/eloise.kim0902
September 26th, 2016
myplasticheart is excited to collaborate with Hong Kong artist Bubi Au Yeung and Fluffy House on the exclusive “Be Kind & Silly” Treeson. In this edition Treeson sticks out his tongue and gives us plenty of personality with his funny face and playful expression. He also adorns a pink heart branch and even glows in the dark! Be Kind & Silly Treeson is limited to 100 pcs and will be available for $55 each at the myplasticheart booth #113 during New York Comic Con.
We will reserve some for online customers to be made available after NYCC (date TBD) ********
Learn more about Bubi Au Yeung:
Website – http://bubiauyeung.com/
Instagram – @bubiay
Twitter – @bubi
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/bubiauyeung
September 26th, 2016
Traveling artist Kyle Kirwan releases his latest figure as a myplasticheart exclusive for NYCC. This 5.5 inch hand cast resin sculpture is part of his Cavus Bloom series and painted in glow-in-the-dark green. Chlor will be available for $30 each at the myplasticheart booth #113 during New York Comic Con.
One of the things I was most excited about upon entering Manchester proper was a chance to encounter the rare Cavus Bloomus that reside solely within the kingdom. There has never been a proper study of them, so I’ve spent the last few years interviewing anyone who has encountered one of these fascinating subterranean Blooms. From my research I have learned that there are at least six distinct varieties of this subspecies and they are somehow frothy. Nearly every subject has reported that the Cavus Bloomus “smell and bubble.” It is unfortunate that with my breathing apparatus in place I will be unable to verify their odor for myself. I’ve also heard there are marked physical differences between each hue and they are almost nothing like the more common Terra Bloomus that reside in the rest of Dor. My theory is that Cavus Bloomus are mutated Terra, physically changed by years of exposure to the multitude of gasses in the caves. There are tales of fluffy footed Blues and single-eyed Reds. According to some the Purples possess stumpy little legs and fly about. Yellows and Greens are said to be friendly and less wary of the Cave People. No one knows much about the Orange beyond the fact that they definitely exist. I look forward to encountering these creatures myself for a chance to apply the Naturalist Scientific Process to their study.
-Exerpt from A Year Underground – Travels in Modern Manchester By Stylvus Reed”
September 23rd, 2016
Brooklyn based artist Plushplay brings “life” to New York Comic Con with her new series of floral sculptures. Each sculpture stands at 5.5 inches tall and each are enclosed in individual glass cloches. Tamed Rose Buns will be available for $135 each at the myplasticheart booth #113 during New York Comic Con.
Learn more about Plushplay:
Website – http://www.mariangelatan.com/
Instagram – @plushplay
Twitter – @plushplay
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/plushplay