Jul 13, 2006
Crazy Label @ TTF
Crazy Label, a recent newcomer to the designer toy scene, launched two new toys at last week's TTF. The first is Treeson -- a tree like creature with a stick growing out of its side -- created by Bubi Au Yeung. The 5" Treeson was available in both the standard production edition and a special DIY edition which has a blank rather than painted face. Treeson is available now for $20 + shipping directly from Crazy Label.
In addition to Treeson, Crazy Label is just about to launch the Tamo platform toy created by Alfredo Mejia. Tamo (Te Amo - "I love You" in spanish) is a female character born among the clouds. The strength of the platform is the curvy female form and the flexibility offered by the 3 head sculpts with different hair styles. To show off the platform, Crazy Label sponsored the Take a Peek custom show featuring 15+ custom Tamos from talent around the globe. Finally, three early release Tamo's were available in beta packs which included one free shirt from a selection of several designs which matched the figure designs.
We're curious to see what the future holds for Crazy Label.
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another platform toy.....
Looks like a Munny with thunder thighs.
Nice Job PlaysKewl!