Custom Instinctoy MOLLY by Mr KumKum!

You can see why everyone seems to be talking about Mr KumKum in recent times, deservedly so too. Smashing it out of every park that exists with his intricate custom work. It’s no surprise to see platforms pick up Mr KumKum’s design for production work (read HERE for the Mr KumKum Ravager release with Clutter last week). Unfortunately, sad to say, that this MOLLY design by Mr KumKum is a custom rather than production, but that doesn’t mean we cannot fucking go loopy cray cray for how beautiful it looks!

Molly is already a complex platform, and we find (I find) that not many artists can really transform this into something exceptional. Mr KumKum has absolutely nailed it with this custom. We usually associate Molly with cute & cheerful, but Mr KumKum has successfully brought the sombre feel to it, and we love it! We understand that this is a commissioned piece, and not available for sale.

We can but hope that Instinctoy pick up this production run and release it in the future, for now though, please take in all the beauty of this custom MOLLY by Mr KumKum!

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