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Electric Monarchy’s “Lewd Lemon” Bukkake keshi…

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Electric Monarchy‘s gross-out keshi returns in a new colorway this weekend

  • Size: 2″
  • Edition size: 10
  • Price: $30AUD plus shipping
  • Designed by Fint, sculpted by Mac Sorro and produced by Tru:Tek, Bukkake comes cast in a neon yellow “Lemon” colored UV resistant rubber
  • Comes packed in a custom Bukkake bag with sticker and artist signed collector card
  • Currently available in the Art Whore store right here
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Electric Monarchy’s Bukkake keshi at the Art Whore Store…

Following months of teasers and reveals, the first version of Electric Monarchy‘s Bukkake keshi will finally be available to purchase through Art Whore this weekend! Taking its name from a sex act we’ll once again refrain from describing here, this gloopy, gross-out mini figure has been sculpted by Macsorro based on a design from EM’s Fint and Ralph Niese, coming in at just over 2″ tall and almost the same wide. Produced by our very own Tru:Tek in a keshi-style rubber, this first version had been cast in a rather fitting (albeit totally disgusting!) off-white GID that closely resembles a certain human secretion… Urgh! Packed in a deluxe, branded grip seal bag with signed artist card and mystery mini figure, Bukkake will be making his way into the Art Whore Store this Saturday, July 25th at 1pm Australia time… Look out for word on further editions very soon!


Electric Monarchy’s “GID” Bukkake revealed…

Teased in prototype form way back in January, we’re very proud to finally reveal the first version of Electric Monarchy‘s “Bukkake” keshi in-full today! Taking its name from a sex act we’ll once again refrain from describing here, the gloopy, gross-out mini figure has been sculpted by Macsorro based on a design from EM’s Fint and Ralph Niese, coming in just over 2″ tall and almost the same wide. Produced by our very own Tru:Tek in a keshi-style rubber, this first version had been cast in a rather fitting (albeit totally disgusting!) off-white GID that closely resembles a certain human secretion… Urgh! Due to go on sale through Electric Monarchy over the next couple of weeks, keep a close eye on the guys’ Instagram feed here for the full lowdown soon…


Electric Monarchy’s “Bukkake” keshi sculpt teased…

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With our very own Tru:Tek confirmed as producer for Electric Monarchy‘s debut keshi “Bukkake”, we’ll be keeping you regularly updated on the little guys’ progress- starting with the first WIP image of the sculpt you see above! Taking its name from a sex act we’ll once again refrain from describing here, the gloopy, gross-out mini figure is currently undergoing the final stages of sculpting courtesy of Macsorro, with production in a keshi-style soft resin coming very soon… Keep track of the new EM Instagram feed here for more info on the project over the next few weeks!


Electric Monarchy’s “Bukkake” keshi figure teased…

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Having already previewed “King Stereo” earlier in the week, the guys behind up and coming toy brand Electric Monarchy – artists Fint and Ralph Niese – have just unveiled concept images for yet another new figure they’ll have up for grabs later this year, the wonderfully disgusting “Bukkake” keshi! Taking its name from a sex act we’ll refrain from describing here, the gloopy, gross-out mini figure is currently being sculpted by Macsorro, with production in a keshi-style soft resin from our very own Tru:Tek coming soon… Keep track of the new EM Instagram feed here for a full reveal of the sculpt over the next few weeks!

 


MAN-E-NEWS// James Groman x Toy Art Gallery’s “BC Blaster” series revealed…

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Toy Art Gallery are proud to reveal that they’ve teamed up with toy legend James Groman for the release of an all-new line of figures, the BC Blasters! Created in a similar vein to Groman’s classic Barnyard Commandos series, the initial cast of 3 characters – Pteranajet, Tankylasaurus and an as-yet-untitled Stegosaurus – replace BC’s weapon wielding farmyard animals for something altogether more prehistoric, with each dino coming complete with a number of mounted missiles, guns and tank tracks. Designed by Groman and sculpted by Macsorro, this first round of BC Blasters are due to make their debut in resin at an upcoming show at TAG on Saturday, May 16th, with full production in soft vinyl planned for later in the year. Stay tuned for more news as soon as we hear anything…