Clutter Magazine & Kidrobot Proud To Announce the DTA Dunny Mini Series!
The word is out! Introducing The Designer Toy Awards Dunny Mini Series!
Clutter and Kidrobot have collaborated to feature the first ever production Dunny’s designed by DTA Dunny Show artists! Every year the DTA Dunny Show curates an amazing roster of talent and we couldn’t be more excited to see some of these highlights come life!
For more information on how to get your hands on one of the 18 new Dunnys keep your eyes locked to www.cluttermagazine.com as we get closer to the DTAs in May!
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