Tako's Revenge 5" Dunny Art Figure by Fakir - Red Edition
$ 29.99– SOLD OUT
“As a sushi addict I swore I would not trust these Sushiadvisors. ‘Best Chopsticks’ and all that corrupt crap! On my last trip to Japan, I decided to ask for advice from an old fisherman who for the record, smelled so strongly of fish, that one might have wondered if he himself was from the depths of the sea. He recommended a restaurant in a neighborhood where I would not have usually gone by myself, warning me that this sushi restaurant was something atypical. But this time, I had a taste for adventure! He did not lie to me, indeed the atmosphere was very strange but not as much as the principle! Unlike any traditional chef who prepares his sushi in front of you, this place wasn’t the same. It was only extremely odd that you were served as soon as that the last customer, having finished his meal, would have gone to the kitchen to meet the chef, under a barely lighted lantern which will be extinguished as soon as we will be served …"
Served at 5 inches tall, the Tako’s Revenge Dunny by French artist, Fakir is planning his revenge in this limited edition red edition, a Kidrobot.com exclusive green edition and serving up a limited edition Tako's Revenge Graphic Tee designed by Fakir.
Limited to 500 pieces worldwide.
French artist, Fakir is a painter passionate about the richness of Japanese culture and folklore, professional sushi eater and maniac about finishes! Born in Paris in the 80's, he grew up with the cartoons and video games from 80-90s and spent his teenage years surrounded by hip-hop culture, practicing graffiti and listening rap music. Later he discovered japanese animes, and became a big fan of Studio Ghibli especially Miyasaki, and some specific mangas like Amer Beton, Akira, Afro Samurai, Samurai Champloo, which have developed his artistic style into what it is today.
Fakir founded his freelance studio, FAKIR DESIGN, in Paris, France in 2008 and has built a reputation as a toy designer but also works as a painter, illustrator and character designer. He juggles between traditional and digital techniques, adapting his technique with the project and medium, with a great obsession for finishes!
A big part of his work is inspired by Japanese culture and folklore which fascinates him and he likes to reinterpret famous icons and characters of his childhood with his artistic style.