Bigshot Toyworks will be exhibiting at DesignerCon
2016 in Pasadena, CA on Nov 19 and 20. Attendees will be able to find us in Booth #901.
What is DesignerCon?
DesignerCon showcases "everything in the world of design, including apparel, plush, printing, sculpture, designer toys, and art ranging from fine to urban," which makes it a great show for us to show off our own design and manufacturing capabilities.
Bigshot Booth 901
At Booth 901, we will be featuring a wide selection of our past client work (action figures, sculptures, art objects, home goods and collectible toys) as well as our full range of our own IP: The Four Horsies
, The FUnicorn
, All City Style
, the Gnomeboys
, and several other Bigshot properties.
We will be selling several exclusive items at DCon, including the Black Death Edition Gnomeboy Anatomy 6-inch figure (above), which is a collaborative design by Bigshot Toyworks and Jason Freeny. There are 50 total Black Death Gnomes, and we will have a limited supply of them at DCon for $75 each. We will also have a case of the regular edition Gnomeboy Anatomy figure (limited to 200 pieces) for $65 each.
Our next exclusives are 2 color variants of our Southern Fried Gentleman resin figures: Old Timey Mono (in center) and Golden Crispy (right). The 2 exclusive color variants are $100 each and limited to just 20 pieces in each color. Regular edition Southern Friend Gentlemen (left) are $85 and made in a quantity of 100 pieces.
The final exclusive item is the gorgeous 14-inch Mother Earth art object designed by AngryBlue
. This is a 3D wall hanging sculpture complete with hanging hardware. Produced in a super limited editon of 100 pieces, this item will be available in limited quantities at our booth for $125 each. Angryblue himself will be on hand to sign at 1PM on Saturday Nov 19.
Finally, right around the corner from our booth will be our buddy Jon Schnepp (booth 804), where he will be showing off another pieces that we sculpted: Jon's awesome and enormous Unicrom (below)!
There are still DCon tickets available online here for $10 to $25 so if you are in the LA area, it's worth the very short trip to Pasadena! Hope to see many of you there.
Great news for collectors: we've uncovered a stash of our Futura Break ACS trains in our warehouse!
In 1980, Futura visited a yard in the Bx with DONDI and executed one of the most iconic whole cars, which he called "Break."
In 2005 we released an official miniature version of this artwork on our 20" All City Style train platform.
You can pick yours up here in our shop, very limited quantities left: