Showing posts with label Kenth Toy Works. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kenth Toy Works. Show all posts

Monday, March 7, 2016

Kerberosman Custom Figures from Kenth Toy Works x GEEK!

    I'm not sure what exactly this dude's name translates to, so he could either be a reference to Cerberus, the three headed dog that guards the underworld, or he could just be an overly ambitious werewolf.  Either way, you don't chain someone's hands together for no reason, so he's probably not someone you'd want to meet while taking the trash out late at night.  

    Kenth Toy Works has customized a run of these figures from GEEK! and is offering them up now through this Wednesday at 23:00 Japan time.  Here's how you can get your hands on one of them:

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    All payments will be made through Paypal and if they generate more interest than the amount of figures they have then they will resort to a lottery system.  

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Milkboy x Kenth Toy Works Team up for Nadsat Boy Vinyl Toys and T-Shirts

    If you're going to pay tribute to a cinematic masterpiece, A Clockwork Orange is not a bad one to pick.  And it sure beats making vinyl toys based on Deliverance, which I haven't brought myself to watch but am well aware that I do not want to own any collectibles from a film that is famous for a scene involving the phrase "squeal like a pig."  It doesn't speak to my authentic personal brand.

    Kenth Toy Works and Milkboy have teamed up for a sofubi homage to the ultra violence with Nadsat Boy.  This is no little action figure either, as they stand 12 inches tall and are featured in original white and Milkboy pink.  But lest you think they stopped at just making a killer figure, because they also made t-shirts as well, cause you can't have your shelves looking good while you look like a bum, no can you?

      Now here's how you get your hands on this stuff no matter where you live in the world:

Pre-order is available for customers in Japan at MILKBOY Online Shop []  

For Overseas Customers: Please send Email to [] for orders. Sorry, we accept Paypal only.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Kenth Toy Works Takes on Paul Kaiju's Mockbat

    Paul Kaiju really doesn't need anyone to paint his toys, cause he does an incredible job all by himself.  So when I see that someone is doing their own release of one of his crazy characters I'm very interested to see what they've done with it.

    Behold, the Mockbat as interpreted by Kenth Toy Works. It's certainly a different look than what we're used to seeing, and that's what makes it interesting.  The figure already has boatloads of personality which is well enhanced by this technicolor paint job.  Now, being that I've sold you on this and you can't live without having one in your life, I'm gonna give you the details on how to make all your dreams come true.  Just follow these instructions as provided by Kenth:

December 19th (Sat) 0:00 to December 25th (Fri) 23:00 (Japan time) • Item

Paul Kaiju "Mockbat" Kenth Custom $200 (Shipping fee is not included) • Payment Method

- PayPal 

Please enter your Name, Address, Phone No and Email to [] * If the orders over the limitation then we are going to raffle and winners are announced by Email. * After we accept orders, we cannot accept any cancel requests. Please be careful, if you cancel your order, we are afraid to say that we will refuse any orders in the future.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Yellow and Black Marbled Nadsat Boy from Kenth Toy Works x Toy Art Gallery

    I love the look of marbled vinyl.  It's all trippy looking like one of those Bill Graham posters from the 1960's.  Couldn't you see this guy on a sign outside the Fillmore, with Jefferson Airplane's name all distorted as it filled in the space around him?  

I'm just gonna leave this right here.

    Speaking of all things psychedelic, I worked with a guy who had a friend who decided he wanted to expand his mind by taking acid.  He ended up kicked out of college after he tore all of the drywall down in his dorm room and ate the insulation because he thought it was cotton candy.  I don't think a trip to the emergency room was the kind of trip he had in mind.

   Back to that beautiful toy specimen.  Nadsat Boy is the creation of Kenth Toy Works and Toy Art Gallery and will be available today at noon pacific time over at  And kids, don't do drugs.  They're a waste of good toy money.  

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Nadsat Boy Beethoven Edition from Kenth Toy Works x Toy Art Gallery

    During the day, when I'm not attempting to write witty, thought-provoking posts about toys that I like, I make eyeglasses.  Not that you've ever asked before, but I am all about full disclosure and ruining whatever mystery I may have left about myself.  I just can't resist destroying my own enigma.  You're probably shocked by the fact that this blog hasn't led to bathtubs full of money and pet zebras, which honestly I am too, but I enjoy my job.  People manage to do some crazy stuff to their eyes and their glasses, most of which keeps me elbow deep in hand sanitizer at all times.  I didn't think there would be so many germs!  

   Thinking about eyeballs all day has left a special place in my heart for this figure from Kenth Toy Works.  His tribute to A Clockwork Orange is one of the more original I've seen and Toy Art Gallery will be releasing this Beethoven edition of it tomorrow, May 2nd, at noon Pacific time.  As if this needs to be said, I am always, and shamelessly, open to all presents you would like to buy me.  Starting your shopping here would be a good idea.  

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Help Make Zombitron from Kenth Toy Works and Acolorfulmonster a Reality

    Collaborations can either be amazing or disastrous.  Sometimes you'll get one of the artists taking more control and pushing the other one out, or the designs just don't mesh well and both of their individual styles kind of get lost.  Kenth Toy Works and Acolorfulmonster have found a way to prevent all that and make a truly original toy:  one artist took one side of the figure, while the other took the opposite.  The result is two very unique creatures in one body.  But there' no guarantee that this guy will come to life unless you help out.  They've launched a Kickstarter campaign to get the money together to make this figure happen.  So now you have the chance to not only involve yourself in the production of a toy, but to get some cool rewards for helping them out.  There are blank figures, standard painted versions, and one-off editions depending on your level of contribution.  Check it out by clicking here.   They only have 17 days left so let's get moving people!!!!!!

Friday, September 13, 2013

Toy Art Gallery 4th Anniversary Custom Show featuring Paul Kaiju's Pollen Kaiser

    Toy Art Gallery has got to be one of the coolest places on Earth.  If you're into designer toys, it's like visiting the Great Pyramid, but without the risk of getting killed during political turmoil.  To celebrate their fourth anniversary, they sent out a bunch of Paul Kaiju's Pollen Kaiser figures for artists to customize.  The results are pretty sick and you can check out my favorite ones if you scroll down farther.  The opening reception for the show is tomorrow night from 7-10pm and the show will be on display through October 13th.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Nofuture Toy Art Gallery Exclusive from Kenth Toy Works

    I need more toys like this. Toys covered in spikes and skulls. Toys that look like they could punch you in the mouth as easily as they could sit on your shelf.

    Nofuture from Kenth Toy Works is one killer piece of resin. 15 of these were made exclusively for Toy Art Gallery and will be available today for $70 each. You can buy one by going to