All these unwanted toys have been saved by Hiroshi Fuji for his recent solo exhibition, “Central Kaeru Station — Where Have All These Toys Come From?” at 3331 Arts Chiyoda. The famed contemporary artist is a pioneer of “recycling art” in Japan and for this installation, Fuji has accumulated over 100,000 plastic, plush and vinyl pieces from the last 13 years for this culture rocking display. Best thing is all these forgotten toys will make kids smile once again as they all will be donated to a community group toy recycling project.
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Kidrobot is excited to release South Park: The Fractured But Whole Mini Series & The Coon 7″ Medium Figure! The brand new mini series features the superhero group assembled by The Coon. Each mini figure stands 3″ tall and comes packaged in a … Continued
Chris Holt, aka The Toy Viking, is back for another blog! This time he discusses Frank Kozik’s Labbit the Barbarian Screen Print! Kidrobot knows you cant go decorating your mead hall with those inspirational posters with quotes like “Soar to your … Continued
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Kidrobot is proud to announce their collaboration with Milwaukee-based artist Scott Wilkowski! Known for his Infected and X-Ray Action versions of popular designer toys, Wilkowski has infected one of the most famous platforms of all time: Kidrobot’s Dunny! Standing 3-inches tall, his … Continued
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