Swish Toys: King of NYC Doll. Sculpted by Charlie Becker, produced by Swishtoys and manufactured by Hot Toys, this King of NYC remains nameless, but some say bares a striking resemblance to Christopher Walken.
Sadly, though Hot Toys is now meeting or exceeding this level of detail in their recent work, by "cleaning up" the sculpt, they erased much of the subtle nuances of the original. This is the first time pictures of the original are being posted, followed by their painted sample, and a production figure.
Originally named iSuc, iPop was designed and produced in collaboration with dxp: designs by people The iPop is a simple silicone suction cup that securely holds an iPod Shuffle in place using its suction-cup bottom to grip a variety of surfaces. Try the bathroom tiles during your bubble bath, the treadmill screen at the gym, and take advantage of your window seat on the plane. The iPop celebrates and glorifies the unique form of the iPod shuffle, turning it into a monument to itself. For all those who already own every toy, it gives an opportunity to trick out the toy itself.
This tiny 1/6 scale spray can was conceived to be a collectible GI Joe accessory. It has a removable spray tip. No, it is not functional. Another version was made in cast metal with rattling balls inside. Height: 1.25"
Created for Sucklord's Suckadelic Show at Munky King in LA. 40 + artists invited to modify the "Sucklord 600" vinyl figure. The eyes, brain, and body all light up with LEDs. the brain pulses with a color change from red to green. Closeup, The eyes glow in the dark, too, so when the light turns out, they glow green for a bit. The skeleton was etched into the black paint, scratchboard style. The figure is held together at the waist with magnets, so the internals are accessible. the little button on his crotch makes his eyes light up. The backpack holds the batteries. It's removable, too, but still attached by the wires. It comes with a detachable "try me button" skull boom box. Viewers can use the buttons to light up the figure when it is in the package, and remove the piece to use the real buttons when it's out of the package. In the package, the light saber in the background lights up when you press the button. It's a real laser pointer. The figure is about 5 in. high, and the package is 10 x 13 in.
A series of "toys" designed to be only half complete. the bottom half remains the same, but the top changes from piece to piece, allowing for new possibilities in creative expression and collaboration.