December 17, 2015
The DTA Dunny Show 2 is coming soon, opening on January 9th! This week we spotlight the creatures from the mind of Chris Ryniak! Chris Ryniak has been sculpting and doodling creatures for many years. He is known for his adorable creatures with lovable … Continued
February 15, 2013
With the hit release of his Meltdown Dunny, Chris Ryniak isn’t resting for a second because he has an exhibit with Amanda Spayd opening Friday, March 1st, 2013 at Stranger Factory. With the immense following those two have around the world, … Continued
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January 29, 2013
Updated 1/30/12 Dunny went on holiday to Chernobyl, which turned out to be a bad idea. GID and semi-translucent, Meltdown Dunny is an 8 inch vinyl glowing ghost featuring dead eyes and what’s left of his pet fish. Only 600* … Continued
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October 31, 2012
Apocalypse Dunny series artist Chris Ryniak has taken it upon himself to do a sketch a day for the month of October leading up the holiday of holidays, Halloween. Each day Chris instagrams a sketch he has done with a … Continued
April 19, 2011
March 04, 2011
Follow these people on Twitter: @yoyamart @chrisryniak & @abelincolnjr because it's Friday and they're awesome!
September 20, 2010
Chris Ryniak will be presenting his new solo show, This Could Get Ugly at myplasticheart this Friday, September 24.
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July 27, 2010
Artist, Chris Ryniak shares with us his new sculpts from the Lake Monsters at the Rotofugi booth.
May 04, 2010
Chris Ryniak's latest wonderful work of art is the Woodguard.
January 11, 2010
Chris Ryniak spawns a terrifying and awesome vampire Dunny.
September 12, 2009
Kidrobot bumps into painter and sculptor, Chris Ryniak at the Circus Posterus booth at Dragon*Con 2009.
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