Radioactive Death Dunny GID 8” Resin Art Figure by American Gross - Limited Edition of 66 (PRE-ORDER)

$ 400.00

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DEATH COMES TO KIDROBOT. This grim and gnarled Radioactive Death 8” GID Dunny is a limited-edition crossover with American Gross… a sinister creation cast in resin with a glow-in-the-dark feature. Its' sickly radioactive glow lays waste to those brave or foolish enough to approach it.

Kidrobot has previously worked with American Gross on the popular OCTODUNNY. Now he’s back with a new take on an old theme – death itself – available exclusively on 

This limited edition Dunny is handmade with premium quality Glow in the Dark Resin at Clutter Studios in New York City. Each piece is unique with slight variations in color and sculpt details, ensuring collectors a beautiful art sculpture direct from the artist.

Limited edition of 66 Worldwide.


Read the Q & A with the artist.  


Josh Kimberg, aka American Gross, is an award-winning creator who, for the past twenty-seven years, has worked as a sculptor and entrepreneur. After studying art at NYU, he got his start as a founding member of the nomadic collective known as Triple XXX Art in 1994. This early experience lead Josh to form Bullseye Art, a multimedia company, which went online in 1996 and launched Metermaker and The Cave, early experimental interactive web art experiences.

Josh created an early web classic art journey known as The Woodcutter, which was conceived and launched online in 1997. Bullseye Art became well known for its humor with cutting edge cartoons, such as - Porkchops, Miss Muffy and da Muff Mob, Rat Chicken, and others. These progressive art projects led to multiple Emmy nominations, and projects with people such as Aerosmith, Phish, Nike, Showtime, VH1, MTV, and more.

In 2009 Josh became a partner at Clutter, an internationally renowned designer toy magazine, gallery and production studio. This new venture reignited his passion for sculpture, and gave him the outlet to pursue his own art.

Under his American Gross moniker he has released resin and vinyl figures with the likes of Kidrobot and DC comics, collaborating with amazing talent such as Rampage Toys, Skullheadbutt, Mutant Vinyl Hardcore, Peter Kato, and More.

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