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Super Bastard Box Art Characters

Super-Bastard Box Art Characters is a set of paper toys created by the Malaysian designer Undoboy and it's extremely creative and well illustrated with very known and unknown characters. These toys are awesome, check it out! Super-Bastard Box Art Characters, consists of 16 unique toys in one set, with 4 unique characters on each face of the box. Collectors have an opportunity to collect all 16 toys/64 characters in the series. Each toy is individually placed in a sealed box (blind assortment). They are produced in a limited edition with only 1000 copies of each toy on the market. Each toy is made with heavy card stock plus matt lamination and stands 4” in height. SBBAC are colorful and fun to play with. Each toy has 4 characters, each with a custom designed suit. Characters include Uncle Sam, George W. Bush, Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, Queen Elizabeth II, Mother Teresa, a mummy, a Japanese wrestler, a cave man, dominatrix and so on. The toys are designed so that you can detach the head or the pants. Once removed, it reveals either a skull or underwear. What makes it exciting isn’t how cool or funny their underwear is, but that collectors can interchange their heads and pants with different bodies. Can a George W. Bush head go with a Saddam Hussein commander suit? How about president Mao wearing a super hot bikini? Where is this come from: The idea behind SB was inspired by early mix and match books and paper doll that you can switch around the cloths. Paper doll is flat, I think it could be really fun and cool to switch the form from 2d to 3d. I like the idea of mix and match because it enhances the playfulness and also create the possibility of the toy itself. I had the idea in school, and it was always well received. Friends always pushed me to produce it. It took me a year to produce SB, since I have a 9-5 job. For more visit

Awesome Toys Light Painting

I really love when someone mixes stuff I enjoy, like sweet toys and light paiting! The result for that equation is really awesome! So, here are some of these mixtures I've found recently. Maybe it's not really new to you, but still it's worth checking these out. For further pictures, like the ones with glasses at the bottom, check out Recycle Bean's photostream at Flickr. Cheers! ;)