July 23, 2009
A native of the UK, Huck Gee moved to San Francisco in the early 90s to pursue the venerable life of a b-boy & artist. Starting off as a graphic designer by day and a graffiti writer and break beater by night, Huck later honed his skills as an illustrator delving into the alluring world of Japanese and Hong Kong pop art.
Huck has released numerous limited edition toys through Kidrobot, including some of the most exclusive and sought after Dunnys to date. In the winter of 2007, his Hello My Name Is 8-inch Dunny was accepted into the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in NYC.
Huck currently runs a studio in San Francisco, and when he is not busy planning world domination, he spends his time chasing skirts and pretending to be a racecar driver.
June 28, 2021
In bold Racing Red, this premium piece of lifestyle apparel features embroidered patch details, checkerboard racing flag trim, zip front, and extra cute back graphics. Flip up the collar for a little extra Kidrobot style! With one inner and two outer pockets to stash all your gear. Faux leather jacket is fully lined in woven polyester. Comes in women’s sizes S - 2XL.
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June 18, 2021
Kidrobot’s newest collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation drops today at 10am MT! We’ve made just TWENTY carefully crafted 20-inch Dunny sculptures in honor of the iconic artist’s “Hamburger” artwork. Part of a 1985 series called Ads and Illustrations, Warhol’s … Continued
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May 18, 2021
The new ROTO-PHUNNY collection brings a mixed-media sensibility to the Kidrobot PHUNNY plush line. The premium materials and silly squeezability of PHUNNY collide with fresh rotocast elements to form ROTO-PHUNNY.
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