A graduate of industrial design and expert dog toy afficianado (Google ‘cuz dog toy’), Ryan Rutherford just released a new limited set of sweet toys introducing his new company, Brutherford Industries. With a strong DIY ethic he proudly makes all of the toys at his studio in New Jersey with the casting machinery he has […]
I love the toys that come out of Max Toy Co. I’m a big fan of Tokusatsu and Super Sentai programs, and these toys have come out of a huge love for these things. They’re made in the same way a lot of Japanese soft vinyl toys are made, but some of the ideas Mark […]
If you like toys, you’ll love the work of Hiroshi Yoshii, one of the most acclaimed digital artists in Japan. Alongside his 3D animation work, he makes amazing toys. They either put a huge smile on my face or crack me up. They are cute, wacky and clever. I love them.
Lost At E Minor contributor, and renowned street artist Shepard Fairey, has launched his first new limited edition vinyl figure in eleven years — Mr Spray — based on one of his 2004 street art creations which, in turn, was a spoof on the ‘advertising character design of the 1950s’.
Argentinian photographer, Marker, has created a captivating photo series chronicling the (less than) Secret Life of Toys, all those mischievous things they get up to when our backs are turned.
The Tarman Zombie from the 80s classic slapstick horror movie Return of the Living Dead has risen again … as a toy! It doesn’t officially come out until March or April of next year, but you know this is going to sell like crazy. In the meantime, watch the movie if you haven’t. It’s fun […]
Who said Hello Kitty wasn’t real? Well, as real as plastic can get, anyway. These Hello Kitty Anatomy toys have been designed by Dr. Romanelli and open a window to the inner workings of these iconic Japanese characters.