In honor of today’s drop of the limited-edition Vultura Macabra 14″ Art Figure by Camille Rose Garcia, in exclusive Moldy Mint, we spoke with the creator about her art and the history that lead to her this point in time. Order now at Kidrobot.com.
To go along with today’s drop of the Kidrobot.com exclusive DeerCat & Friends 7” Vinyl Art Figure (in an adorable panda-themed colorway), we spoke to the creator, Amber Aki Huang (akiart.org),a visual development creative director at Reddit. Aki mainly works in character design and visual development for pre-development and production for animated feature films and television shows. Her clients include DreamWorks, Netflix, Supercell Games, GUND, SpinMaster Inc., and more.Aki is strongly motivated by stories and projects made with heart. When she isn’t drawing, she can be found playing with her cat Yuki or fiddling with her laser cutter.
35 years ago, the most influential artist of a generation was taken from us too soon. We are proud to have been blessed with the opportunity to work with The Andy Warhol Foundation on our mission to preserve the arts and help bring unique and amazing artwork to the forefront, while also honoring the legacy of Andy Warhol and his influence on the art world that can still be felt to this very day.
The Quiccs x Add Fuel TEQ63 limited-edition 6” figure features a blue and white colorway with a faux fur trim hoodie and interchangeable arms.
The illustrator, toy designer and graffiti artist Quiccs is inspired by a love of Japanese robot culture and hip-hop, and has a vibrant street-art style that is instantly recognizable. Kidrobot has collaborated with Quiccs on many projects in the past, such as the Kidrobot-exclusive TEQ63 Figures, Ukami x Hitsuji Art Figure by Quiccs, HELLBOTS MEGATEQ, and many more.
Legendary Portuguese visual artist Add Fuel brings his iconic Portuguese azulejo inspired designs to Quiccs’ TEQ63 character in a mashup that brings to life the best of both artists.
Head over to the Kidrobot Virtual Con for your chance to order the shiny gold edition of Frank Kozik’s “Let Us Prey” art vinyl figure – G(u)ilt Edition dropping right now!
Several editions of this 10” art vinyl piece by the famed artist and Kidrobot Chief Creative Officer have all sold out, and this is your chance to score the G(u)iltiest pleasure.
Kidrobot’s newest collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation drops today at 1pm MT / 3pm ET!
We’ve made just TWENTY carefully crafted 20-inch Dunny sculptures in honor of the most famous quote attributed to the iconic artist, which is lettered on the back. The analog TV test pattern (Warhol was a child of the analog generation) on the front pays tribute to the artist’s love affair with the medium by which so many achieved that fame.
It’s been a decade since the first King of Rock Smorkin’ Labbit burst onto the scene as an SDCC exclusive 10” vinyl figure from celebrated artist and Kidrobot Chief Creative Officer Frank Kozik! To celebrate, we’re splashing some water on his face, pumping him full of coffee, and shoving him onstage once more. The Labbit, we mean. Not Frank. Unless he’s into that.
Kidrobot announces the triumphant return of the King of Rock Smorkin’ Labbit as a 30-Inch Labbit Stool. Available now on Kidrobot.com announces the triumphant return of the King of Rock Smorkin’ Labbit as a 30-Inch Labbit Stool. Available now only on Kidrobot.com!
Kidrobot is honored to present our newest collaboration with the Mexican artist collective Arte Marakame, featuring the Baby Labbit Littons! Available only here on Kidrobot.com, these commissioned pre-orders will be micro-beaded by hand by an indigenous artist of the Wixarika (Huichol) community in Mexico.
We’ve made just TEN carefully crafted 20-inch Dunny sculptures in honor of the iconic artist’s “Giant Size $ 1.57 Each” artwork. Warhol originally made the piece in black and white for the cover of a 1963 album of interviews with himself and several fellow artists, but he revisited the art in 1971 in the form of four colored, hand-printed versions limited to 75 prints each. This 20-inch Dunny was inspired by the red version.