Q & A with Toy Designer One-Eyed Girl AKA Kasey Tararuj on release of The Rejects – Dark Chocolate Edition on Kidrobot.com. “I’ve been paralyzed and in a wheelchair for almost 20 years and I spent so much of that time creating all this weird, emotional art to help deal with it. I got to a point where that got old and making these silly characters was way more therapeutic than trying to put my feelings into a painting. So now I make my little guys to make myself laugh or smile and hope that it does the same for others.” -One-Eyed Girl AKA Kasey Tararuj
If you aren’t familiar with artist Daniel Isles aka DirtyRobot’s illustrations, you need to be. With the release of the new Kidrobot VOID 5″ Mecha Half-Ray Android Dunny’s, we got together with the artist behind the designs for a Q&A interview with Daniel Isles. Are you ready to get down and dirty with DirtyRobot?
It’s a Kidrobot Christmas holiday tradition to release special 3-inch Holiday Dunnys by artists that we love and adore. And this year, we’re releasing two 3-inch Chunky Holiday Dunnys by Alex Solis. Before they drop tomorrow (November 15th), we had … Continued
If you’ve been hanging around the Kidrobot website lately, you’ve definitely seen the name Candie Bolton. Having recently designed a 3″ Bastet Dunny for our Spiritus Dea goddess series, and most recently a collection of Hello Kitty art toy designs … Continued
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kidrobot announces the 3rd annual Munny custom toy exhibition event, entitled A VERY MUNNY CHRISTMAS and hosted by Monkey Fist Tattoo in Denver. Kidrobot has curated a list of both established and up-and-coming artists – to customize … Continued
Ever seen a one-armed Dunny that’s on fire? Well now you have. For years, Junko Mizuno has been establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with in the art world. Her work has taken numerous forms – paintings, comics, … Continued
Probably the most debated-over Halloween treat – candy corn is one of America’s oldest candies that is still being produced, having been invented by George Renninger of the Wunderland Candy Company in 1880’s Philadelphia. Yes. In the same decade that … Continued