Surprise Drop! Newest art vinyl by Frank Kozik – “Let Us Prey” G(u)ilt Edition

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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.

Ten years after its creation, creator Frank Kozik muses on the King of Rock Smorkin’ Labbit

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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!

Limited pre-order window for Hand-beaded Littons from Arte Marakame begins Monday 8/30!

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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.

Kidrobot x Frank Kozik Labbiter XK-5 Art Figure

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After years in production, designer vinyl toy overlords Frank Kozik and Kidrobot are poised to put the military industrial complex on notice with the Labbiter XK-5. What does the XK stand for? How about “Xtra Kill”, because this mechanized and weaponized and yet to be fully legalized Labbit is no mere carnival ride.