Product Preview: Kidrobot Black Murder X Craww

Kidrobot Black Murder

Toy Photography by Ryan Roberts

Some people play with their toys, and some people really play with their toys! Ryan Roberts falls into the extreme category because he not only plays with his toys, he takes them to a new level with photography. You might have seen his set up at conventions, forums, or other posts, but if you haven’t, […]

Product Preview: DUNNY 8″. the hunted by colus

Product Preview: DUNNY 8

The springbok. Nimble protectors over the southern plains of Africa. Once revered, they struck fear in the eyes of enemies big and small.

Product Preview. Street Fighter 2 Packs and Keychains.

Product Preview. Street Fighter 2 Packs and Keychains.

The Boss rules, but these 3-inch vinyl warriors are ready to throw DOWN. Street Fighter is back with all new 2-packs. An unknown opponent waits behind a cardboard wall, blind packed and ready. Which boss and challenger will you get?   Fight! March 28 at Kidrobot stores,, and select retailers worldwide. Each Street Fighter […]

The .Gif That Keeps On .Giffing Holiday Contest

The Seasonal Shenanigans continue this December at Kidrobot with our fun inducing, eye popping, social spreading holiday contest — The .Gif That Keeps .Giffing!

Come Play At Our Warehouse! Items Up To 70% Off!

Tucked away in South San Francisco, Kidrobot has a warehouse that holds all of our magical items. Once a year, we open up the warehouse to the public, and encourage you to plunge the depths and see what treasures you can find.

Product Preview – Kidrobot x Staple Design Black Collection

Kidrobot x Staple Design Black Collection

Founded in New York City in 1997 by jeffstaple, Staple Design has created one of the most respected street culture apparel brands. Kidrobot partnered with Staple Design to launch the first ever apparel collection to complement the high-end, super-limited edition Kidrobot Black series.

Where Have All These Toys Come From?

Where Have All These Toys Come From?

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 in Japan.

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