Not all Dunnys are created equal. Breaking free from the organic confines of flesh and bone, the Mecha Half Ray emerges! Kidrobot offers a glimpse inside the inner workings of the robotic Dunny with the all-new Mecha Half Ray, featuring artist Dolly Oblong as the first entry on the new form. Dairobo-B joins the 5-inch Dunny collection as an evolved android extension of the Dairobo-Z 5-inch Dunny that launched in 2016. For the first time, see the interior of these robotic Dunnys with incredible detail and highly sculpted mechanical elements.
Kidrobot and Warhol partner again to extend the collection and add some pop art to your home decor. The Andy Warhol Resin Banana Bookends will elevate your shelf to a new level. Standing at 9 1/2-inches tall, these resin bookends feature magnets that allow the option to remove the peel to reveal the banana inside. The iconic banana artwork was created by Andy Warhol for the cover of the 1967 album The Velvet Underground & Nico. The banana art print by Andy Warhol was originally used as a sticker to cover a nude color banana underneath which has since become a rare collector's item and one of the most recognizable Andy Warhol art pieces in pop culture.
Kidrobot and American Greetings Care Bears are tickled pink to premiere an all new take on classic Care Bears with an all new collectible Care Bears Artist Series featuring original art figures by some of the top female artists in the world. The first artist designed collectible Care Bears art figure was created by New York City based artist, Tara McPherson. Tara McPherson lends her signature style to reimagine Tenderheart Bear with the Care Bears Tenderheart Bear Art Figure, just in time to celebrate Care Bears 35th Anniversary. This stunning 6.5 inch tall art figure comes with a cut out heart and interactive heart shaped rainbow ribbon all sculpted in high quality vinyl. Collect this incredible artist figure now at Kidrobot.com
Behold the mysterious Kuba! Limited to only 1,300 pieces worldwide, this remarkable Kidrobot Kuba Dunny by Mike Fudge 5-Inch Vinyl Figure presents the ancient mysterious creature in a colorful eye-catching way, perhaps in his more sinister form, but probably seeking balance between the dark and the light. Get Kuba today and balance your vinyl collection! A Dunny is a type of vinyl designer art toy created by Paul Budnitz and Tristan Eaton, and produced by Kidrobot since 2004. The toy is based on a rabbit figure with distinctive tubular ears, and the name Dunny comes from a combination of street slang and one of the early Devil Bunny prototypes. The Dunny is sold in 3-, 5-, 8- and 20-inch scales, though artists have customized Dunny models as tall as four feet. The toy has three points of articulation: a 360-degree rotational head and two arms. The buying and trading of Dunnys has reached eBay and beyond. Kuba was first discovered while excavating an ancient burial site in the late 1800s. He's described in ancient texts as a mischievous combination of beasts with a desire to balance the dark and light found on the physical plane. His varying appearance may take shape as a playful light-colored figure, but he also has the power to morph into a dark, more sinister incarnation. Kuba's connection to so many ancient cultures is unprecedented and suggests a bond between the many societies that made up the ancient world. Originally discovered in Colorado, Kuba has been found in his multiple forms on almost every corner of the earth. In the past, figures of Kuba were given as gifts to fight off evil spirits, but there is evidence that the dark version of Kuba would bestow upon its owner a transcendental state of psychedelic vision that would pave the way for accurate predictions of the future and impossible knowledge of the past.