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May 16, 2017

kaNO – Five Points Festival Mural In Progress


kaNO is back in NYC to work on a towering 40-foot mural on the Lower East Side for the inaugural Five Points Festival.  Curated and organized by the folks at The L.I.S.A. Project, a non-profit working to promote street murals in the Little Italy NYC neighborhood. His largest mural to-date, the mural features an urban hero, sporting a vest + cap and wielding GoD nunchucks.  Props to kaNO on the epic project and for this sweet shot taken at the end of Tuesday’s session. 

If you’re in the area, drop by the mural at 79 Rivingston St. to catch kaNO in action.  He will be working on the wall through Thursday into Friday.


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Flying Fortress x Artoyz – Teddy Troops 2.0!


Teddy Troops 2.0 Regular Teddy Troops 2.0 Variant

We’ve been waiting long enough! Artoyz is happy to finally release Flying Fortress’ Teddy Troops 2.0! With the release through Artoyz, there will be two versions available in three different packages. The Regular edition (Pack A) will be limited to only 320 pieces for $105, while the Variant edition (Pack B) will be limited to only 160 pieces for $135 or you can choose Pack C for both sets at $225. These will go live through Artoyz webstore on Wednesday, May 17th. Take a look after the jump for more photos.


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Dead Zebra, Inc. – Glow in the Dark The Last Knight at Five Points Fest


The Dead Zebra, Inc. Booth #226 will be home to many things at this years Five Points Festival. One of which will be the limited edition Glow in the Dark The Last Knight figure. Andrew Bell hints that this may… or may not be the last of the Last Knight figures, which is limited to 100 pieces with limited quantity’s available at his booth. Each figure will retail $75. We are hoping this will be a Con exclusive and hope to see these bad boys at other conventions this year!

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Cometdebris at Five Points Festival

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I feel like the Cometdebris factory has been doing some overtime, as he will be attending another event with some amazing exclusives! Cometdebris can be found at this years Five Points Festival at booth #337. So far from Cometdebris we have a Marble Kappa Shonen, Clear Glitter Oni Kid and a super limited Clear Yellow Kappa Kid. Koji will also have some other exclusives, mini runs and some customs! We have a feeling that he’s got some more! Stay tuned!

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Marsham Toy Hour – S2 E8: Five Points


With Five Points Festival right around the corner, why not have the people behind the whole thing join the Marsham Toy Hour! Gary gets in the ins and all the outs of the big event this weekend with Miranda and Josh of Clutter Magazine and Peter of Left Field Media. They also get to chat about the Designer Toy Awards and all the after event goodness! Take a listen and get amped up for this weekend!

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Sergey Safonov – Preview of ‘Birds of Moscow’ (5.18)


Over the past  several months, Sergey Safonov has been posting tantalizing photos of his hand-crafted wood bird figures, some of which include blown glass elements.  We’ve been admiring them from afar and wondering how/when they would be shown/released.  Turns out Sergey will be showing them at his Birds of Moscow exhibition which opens in Moscow this Thursday (5.18).

The birds have a refined, old world feel, sophisticated yet down to earth.  They sport stylish hats and seem to have a sense of purpose—perhaps that’s due in part to their pointed beaks.  At any rate, the new collection is impressive. Hit the jump for a preview of select pieces.

After the show, we believe the remaining pieces will be available online.  As part of his intention to have the show travel around the globe, he’ll be showing two of the pieces for Toymakers of Planet Earth in June at Circus Posterous.

Those little Birds of Moscow are always in a hurry. Wherever they fly, they take this city with them, sometimes cantankerously shrieking, other times softly tweeting. Their tiny beaks are snapping, the golden caps, floating. Birdies can’t stand one another, yet their chirping hearts beat in unison. White flickers, ooze and concrete, sweet marble curls… The little birds of Moscow softly and elegantly walk among us. They look only upwards and crumble this city under their feet. Ash and coal. Birds of Moscow are watchfully looking from everywhere, waiting for the continuation of old stories. And lonely laughter in the silence.


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