The death of Innocence custom Kidrobot Dunny is one of those customs that stick in your mind once you see it. The true beauty of the craftsmanship and imagination is breathtaking. Brazilian artist Igor Ventura was the mastermind behind these awesome customs and The death of Innocence will be one Dunny forever engraved into our memories.
The death of Innocence – Redwood edition.
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The clean lines and the wood grain paint work is spot on, all customisers/artist take note. The scupt work is in a leauge of it’s own too, how he’s made it sit on the rockers perfectly. Everything works seamlessly together.
The death of Innocence – Whitewood edition.
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The Whitewood Edition is actually heading to UK to our very own artist JPK who commissioned Igor.
Having already had a production Dunny from Kidrobot’s Art of War Dunny Series last year, we think Kidrobot should attempt to turn this into a production too as collectors like us would jump at a chance to owning one, no matter what the production cost would be. Any angle you look at it, it’s simply marvellous.
Here is the original version of the 3″ The death of Innocence Dunny .
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(all info and photos lifted from Red Mutuca)