Carrying on from the previous Bai Chu releases, Otto Björnik x VTSS Toys set to release Bai Chu AH-SUL edition at New York Comic Con 2015 at MyPlasticHeart booth. The new colourway is as beautiful as the other versions of BAI CHU which you can judge yourself from previous blog posts HERE. Björnik uses the same deep blue as seen on many of his customs which is a lovely match for BAI CHU. It’s funny how just a new colour way can chance the feel of a platform and we do love the AH-SUL edition a lot.
Bjornik takes me personally back to my own childhood watching classic Chinese vampire films! Bjornik’s Bai Chu has all the markings of the Chinese vampire including the red paper with Chinese Calligraphy. Bjornik’s style flows though Bai Chu and that lovely take on the garments from the Qing Dynasty are sleek.
“Once again we will be showcasing elite Filipino artist and customizer Björnik at our NYCC booth! This year features an exclusive run of his original Bai Chi figure based off classic Chinese Vampires with his trademark artistic details.
Having reached enlightenment after spending days lost in the Pacific, the Blue Ah-Sul edition is tranquil and zen (when he’s not consumed by the need to drink blood, that is, making him seem like a schizophrenic)
This minuscule vampire is cursed with a rigid resin body emulating the smooth vampiric skin of his kind, and a neodymium magnet that pulls him towards your refrigerator (an indignity Bai Chu will probably never forgive you for).
His magnetic restraining talisman with the words “I Hunger” written in beautiful Chinese calligraphy is removable, and you may need to reattach it should Bai Chu prove too much to handle!”
This minuscule vampire stands approximately 5 ½” tall (you may need to stoop down quite low to hear him shouting “Biteyoubiteyoubiteyou!”as he is very very small). He is cursed with a rigid resin body emulating the smooth vampiric skin of his kind, and a neodymium magnet that pulls him towards your refrigerator (an indignity Bai Chu will probably never forgive you for).
limited to 35pcs in the world. Eyes are hand-painted by artist Otto Björnik. They will only be available at the myplasticheart booth #113 during New York Comic Con 2015. Any remaining Bai Chu’s (which we doubt) will be made available online after NYCC2015.
Take a look into Otto Björnik world and be mesmerised!
(all info and photos lifted from myplasticheart.com)