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Featured Custom:

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Skelve custom by Jay Hollopeter for Winter Salon


Featured Toy:

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Paw
Paw was created and produced by Coarse Toys. A chunky and very popular figure, Paw stands 12" tall and was first released in 2008, with several colour versions released later. PAW! Jumping around in the soft and blurred Dreams of St. Creams citizen's is his favorite place to be when he manages to overcome the huge Marshmallow walls that protect the City. So he roams the vast empty deserts in search of players the enters the their dreams as they are sleeping in the daytime.

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Featured Artist:

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Nathan Jurevicius
Nathan Jurevicius was born in Bordertown, Australia, in 1973. He began his art career at a very early age, hosting his first exhibition at the age of 6. Although the Scary Girl comics and art toys are Nathan's most well-known work, he has also done graphic design art for companies like Flying Cat and Nickelodeon, Scholastic Inc, The Financial Review, Penguin Books, Subaru, Comedy Central, Allen and Unwin, Fuji, MTV, The Wall Street Journal, ABC, Warner Bros. and a major commission to design the Australian mascot (Kamone) for the World Expo in Aichi, Japan.

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