Prepare yourself for a pretty intense five minutes, because your eyes are going to be pleasured by the most awesome array of Custom Kidrobot Dunny that you’ll likely see in 2016. The DTA Dunny Show 2 has started in the New York Clutter Gallery tonight. Hosted by Clutter Magazine, in partnership with Kidrobot, the DTA Dunny Show is a group custom show of 20inch and 8inch Dunnys by a host of talented artists. Sales from this show will benefit the Designer Toy Awards, helping to finance this year’s 6th Annual awards ceremony.
First up we have Akaikiba no Senshi by artmymind. A 20inch tall Dunny vinyl figure hand-painted by artmymind. Includes wooden geta (sandals) and hand-tailored kamishimo crafted from authentic Japanese fabrics. Beautiful, right? You can own this HERE for $2200/£1515.
Brent Nolasco is up next with his Bird Song. An 8inch hand-painted Dunny by Brent. Yours for $450/£310 HERE.
We’ve previously brought you information on the two pieces submitted by one of the hottest artists on the planet right now. Quiccs! ARMD & Dangerous is an 8inch tall Dunny vinyl figure heavily sculpted upon and hand-painted by Quiccs. Accompanying this piece is a specially made canine Dunny, assembled by sculpting parts from two 3″ Dunnys together.
The second of Quiccs pieces, SRCH & Destroy is again another 8inch Dunny accompanied with a 3inch sculpted Dunny too – this time in glorious green camo. Not surprisingly both Quiccs pieces have sold already.
We had the pleasure of meeting RXSEVEN at Designer Con last November, it was a short meeting but you could tell that along with an immense amount of talent, RX is a genuine guy. His 20inch Celestial Custom Dunny is up next, sculpted & hand-painted. Available to purchase HERE for $1500/£1034.
DTA 2015 Winner of Custom of the Year (Fan), Charles Rodriguez introduces us to Grinx, a 20inch Dunny sculpted upon, carved, cut, and hand-painted by Charles Rodriguez. The ears have had their front area removed, creating a wonderfully dimensioned aspect. Available to purchase HERE for $1500/£1033.
Seymour has a meltdown. A Mondo Meltdown. An 8inch tall Dunny vinyl figure heavily modified and hand-painted by Seymour. Transformed into a roughly 10.5″ tall piece made using Apoxy Sculpt, the figure’s right hand has been replaced by a Chris Ryniak designed 3″ Meltdown Dunny’s head being affixed in place. You can grab Mondo Meltdown HERE for $500/£344.
Another 2015 DTA winner, this time Nugglife, brings us Nugmad. An 8inch tall Dunny vinyl figure heavily sculpted upon and hand-painted by Ian Ziobrowski / Nugglife. Yours for $500/£344 HERE.
Ra’amsmaare, Talon of the Golden Draillean. Yeah, try saying that after a few sherbets. f+ has definitely brought something different to the party. Ra’amsmaare is an 8″ tall Dunny vinyl figure heavily modified and hand-painted by Josh “fplus” Pearce. Using fleshy-feeling silicon for the skin on the face, this piece was remade into a 9″ tall creation through epoxy and wire, with the finishing touch of some found beads adorning its neck.
It’s yet to snow this Winter in London, however that’s no excuse not to enjoy Snowed In by Sket One. A 20inch tall Dunny vinyl figure modified and hand-painted by Sket One and Jamie Lee C. Coming with a snowcone accessory and plastic spoon, the crank piece — we’re told — can be used to turn this in a functional piece of art. For $1500/£1033 you can own this colourful wintery Snowed In piece HERE.
The final two pieces are from Gianluca Traina, Both pieces are untitled, but we do know we have a black version along with a pink version. The figure itself has an intricate yarn design woven across it and it stands upon a woven plastic display with a circular mirror base. The entire work measures 11″ tall, 12″ wide, and 15″ deep. Both priced at $1000/£689. You can pick up the black version HERE and the pink version HERE.