Could this be the true form of an art toy? Good Smile Company have taken the world famous Edvard Munch’s The Scream and turning it into a poseable figure. They’ve done a great job of it too, right?
Using smooth yet posable joints of Figma, you can create various different action poses. A flexible plastic is used for important areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising pose-ability. Optional parts include a wide variety of different hand parts, which we assume come with the figure.
You can pick up Figma on pre-order on the Good Smile Company site HERE for 5800YEN (£45). Standing at 140mm (5.5inches), Figma also comes with a framed copy of the Munch artwork, minus the Scream, so it will appear as if the Scream is leaping off the canvas in your collection. Good Smile are offering the Scream for pre-order from now until 1st December, so you still have some time to get your order in. Be aware, though, if the number of orders exceeds the Good Smile order limit (whatever that is?!) the pre-order will end early.
The Scream isn’t the first piece of artwork that has been turned into an art toy, nope. Good Smile Company have put out several other pieces in the past year or so. The Thinker, Davide di Michelangelo and The Vitruvian Man have all had painted ABS&PVC treatment. The Table Museum Series.
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