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Giant Robot Goods: 1.8.13 – Biennale 3 Artwork – Don’t miss out!

 

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Giant Robot Biennale 3 Artwork

 



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Giant Robot Goods: New Mimobots, A Little Misfortune Cats, Momiji Keychains, and more!

 

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MIMOBOT USB FLASH DRIVESADVENTURE TIME / G.I. JOE
FOREST FELLOWANIMAL ERASERS
ANDROID SERIES 3VINYL FIGURES A LITTLE MISFORTUNE CATVINYL FIGURES
D-CLIPSBICYCLES / DOGS
MOMIJIKEYCHAINS

 

 



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A Little Misfortune Cats Figure

A Little Misfortune Cats by Playge. Design by Ferg. 16 types. This might be one of the coolest mini figure blind boxes we have in stock now. (Get it here: Giant Robot – Misfortune Cats)



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Fresh Arrival! Hint Mint x Audrey Kawasaki!

Hint Mint has teamed up with artist Audrey Kawasaki to release limited edition mint tins. Freshen your breath in style!  Choose from 5 different beautiful images.  Flavors include Cinnamint, Peppermint, Chocolate, and Pomegranate Acai.  Be cooler.  Find them at the Giant Robot Store!

 



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Giant Robot Goods: New art by John Pham + Rob Sato, Uglybags, and more!

 

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NOW AVAILABLE:

HAUNTS – JOHN PHAM & ROB SATO


Artwork from the Haunts exhibition is now available online and on display at GR2.

BRAND NEW:

UGLYDOLL UGLYBAGS


There’s no better way to transport all of your fuzzy friends. Comes in Ninja Batty Shogun, Ket, Ox, and Big Toe varieties.

NEW VARIETIES:

UGLYDOLL PLUSHES


We have a handful of new Uglydoll varieties that are more wacky and lovable than ever.

RESTOCKED:

KOZYNDAN PRINTS


Kozyndan recall that this panoramic illustration touches upon numerous ideas they were pondering while visiting the city of Amsterdam.

 

 



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Heisuke Kitazawa (PCP) Prints Back In Stock!

The popular prints of Japanese artist/illustrator Heisuke Kitazawa (aka PCP) are back in stock at Giant Robot! Pick from his classic dreamy images to brighten the walls of your home. These go quickly so hurry up! You can check out all the prints here!

 

 



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Good Luck Trolls Are Back!

Oh I remember these!  Good Luck Trolls of course.  Did you have a collection?  I did.  I miss the early 90′s.  Good Luck Trolls are back in their very own mini blind box.  So many hair and color combinations you could get.  Maybe you’ll be lucky and get the rarest one.  You can buy them here!



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Treeson Series 2 Figures!

Back in stock at the Giant Robot Webstore are the Treeson Series 2 figures.  All-around artist Bubi Au Yeung created the cutest characters around which can now adorn your desk.  Try your luck with these blind boxes.  Make your living space friendlier.  Find them here!



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Giant Robot Goods: New Jeni Yang art, Kumquat baby clothing, and more!

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NEW WORK BY JENI YANG


Artwork from our most recent exhibition at Giant Robot 2 is now available in our online gallery.

GIANT ROBOT PRINT


Kumquat is a longtime friend of Giant Robot. They create insanely cute and hip baby clothes like these featuring a pattern of the GR mascot.

SDCC LIMITED EDITIONS


We’re excited to carry special San Diego Comic-Con varieties of Funko’s popular Uglydoll vinyl figures. These super fresh varieties are a unique addition to any collection.

WAGE 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY GR EDITION

SIGNED BY DAVID HORVATH


Celebrate Wage’s birthday by taking home your very own signed GR Edition. In addition, the box is signed by creator David Horvath and comes with commemorativebuttons and Cubeecraft paper Wage.



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Giant Robot Goods: 7.24.12 – New Totoro knitted plushes, Luke Rook figures, and more!

 

HOOKED HANDS

TOTORO PLUSH – LARGE


Our friends from Hooked Hands make these adorable Totoro plushes!

These are hand knitted with acrylic wool and filled with plush stuffing.
A cute and fun puzzle that’s nice enough to frame.

A playful and simple design suitable for any fan.

Little Ice Bat is dabbling in marsupial studies.
UGLYDOLL BUDDIES

ICE-BAT & WAGE


Ice-Bat prepares Little Wage for departure.


New Giant Robot design featuring a dino reassembling Tokyo Tower!

THEO ELLSWORTH – CAPACITY

(PRE-ORDER SIGNED)


Get your Capacity graphic novel signed by the man himself!

LUKE ROOK

MONSTER


New creepy movable figures from the toy master Luke Rook.

LUKE ROOK

GR MONSTER


Luke Rook took some Giant Robot Big Boss Robot figures and made them monstrous.

A collaboration that was founded upon DIY ethics and resulted in killer resin figures.

PETER KATO

TASTY RAINBOWS

MINI RESIN FIGURE


Each figure is handmade and features a juicy paint job.

 

 

 

 

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GR Store: Mimobot Dark Knight Returns 8GB

Mimobot Dark Knight Returns. Flash Drive 8gb USB that’s 19.99. There’s been a price drop at Mimoco recently. We have it in stock along with other classic Mimobots! (Mimobot – Dark Knight)

 



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GR Interview: Jim A of Toy Boarders

 

GR: Did you grow up with Army Men?

Jim A:  Yeah I grew up with army men. As a kid I set them all up then I’d get rocks and destroy the battlefield. The ones the dog chewed up were the injured soldiers.

GR: Explain how you came up with the idea of skateboarders in the Classic Army Men style?

Jim A: I saw what was already out there & I thought how cool it would be to make them based off of the old school toy soldiers that I grew up with. Keep them simple & cheap, but they had to look cool & realistic. I saw other things out there and they were sort of corny. They didn’t look realistic – the characters had mohawks & the moves looked awkward.

GR: Are you a sculptor and or skateboarder? Are the original sculpts that tiny?

Jim A: I am a graphic designer & an old school skateboarder, my son AJ he skates all the time. He helped me design the final designs  & got me up to date on the moves that they should be doing. Hence I named ‘em after my son AJ – AJ’s Original Toy Boarders. The original sculpts are just a tad larger than the final product – this way you can get a little more detailed.

GR: Was this easy to get done from your idea to complete product?

Jim A: No it wasn’t easy. I wasn’t familiar with the process of making moulds , but I had a friend teach me the process. Also we wanted to get each skater to balance on his board so that they would stand upright. There was always some tweaking involved so that we could maintain the style –yet keep them balanced.

GR: How did you pick their poses out of an almost an infinite amount of things that a skater does!

Jim A: We originally had more designs for the first series. We found out that some were not possible with a 2 part mould. Also like mentioned before we wanted them all to be able to pose upright on their board so kick flips and certain moves just weren’t gonna work.

GR: Are the boarders any particular rider?

Jim A: No, no boarder in particular, just based off of my son & his friends that skate. We wanted them to have style so we based their clothing off of what kids are wearing today. Within the skateboard culture there are all sorts of styles so we wanted to cover a wide range.

GR: What’s next?

Jim A: Series II Skate is DONE & in the Mould Process as we speak !!  We are really stoked on this series –in it there is a Girl, we had lots of demands for a girl skater. Also we put a filmer in there – you know the friend that is following behind the rider with the death lens.

Series 1 Snowboard is currently being designed & after that we will design series 1 surf. We plan on having all of these by the end of the year. We also have some more ideas –but you will have to stay tuned for those ones.

 



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Operational Transformer

Here’s a very well-done working transformer model built by Japanese engineer Kenji Ishida (Twitter him @BRLab). LEGO schmego. A tip of the hat to filmmaker/multimedia journalist Katsuyuki Ueno of Yokkaichi, Mie, Japan.

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Amare& Mello& Chandler& Lin. T Shirt

Yes, it’s here. He’s here. The team is here.

 



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CES Part Set 2 of 2

CES Part 2, thanks Dean Gojobori, who probably drew that Big Boss Robot below!

 

 

John Salley ex-NBA’er

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CES Photos Set 1 of 2!

Photos by Dean Gojobori

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Giant Robot Special Holiday E Newsletter Posted!

 

FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $50

UNTIL DECEMBER 15TH

USE CODE: FREESHIP* PLACE ORDERS BY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18TH TO INSURE HOLIDAY DELIVERY *

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The Giant Robot Big Boss Robot T Shirt

Aaron Brown, the artist and webstore czar models the Giant Robot Big Boss Robot T Shirt. ($19)



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James Jean Launched and Talk About OVM

James Jean’s new product line including jewelry and more is now on his new OVM site. While his art soars in prices, this is a way to attain something at a lower price point. James answers a few questions for us about OVM. http://www.ovmlove.com/

GR: What is Ovum in relation to your art?
JJ: It’s a way for me to make tangible objects out of the motifs and in my work that can be worn and collected in a way that’s more accessible than a singular piece of artwork. I’m obsessed with quality, so the jewelry, like my books and graphic work, is designed down to the smallest detail.

GR: What kind of products are you seeking to make and what will we see in the future?
JJ: We have four major series of jewelry coming out this next year, along with sculptural multiples. OVM will also be publishing my iPad sketchbook app . . . so in that sense, OVM represents the arm of my production that’s aimed at a larger audience, while my paintings and drawings will remain cloistered in my studio until my next show.

GR: Tell me about the creation of jewelry and what your intentions are with it’s design?
JJ: The jewelry is inspired by forms in nature, much like my work – I think what makes the pieces unique are the silhouettes and shapes. I draw each piece and revise the molds very carefully, so that resulting forms seem as if they are plucked from my paintings or drawings. The constraints of designing something to be worn is a new challenge for me, so I have a Japanese design partner who helps me come up with elegant solutions for each piece.



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New Uglydoll Lucky Uckys and the Cookie Dreams In!

60 types? Wow, this is nuts. We just got them in stock minutes ago! Excuse the joyful low res iPhone 3GS photos. Uglydoll Lucky Uckys ($4.99)

 

 

Cookie Dream Babo from Yoyamart. Two sides both open eye and X’d out. ($23)

 

 

Cookie Dream Babo from SDCC. Yes resurrected. It’s two sides so you get both faces. ($23)

 

 

 



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