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Ever changing, challenging and re-inventing, designer toys are in a never-ending state of flux. Old becomes new and new can become pioneering. Flux is an intimate and exciting journey through the idiosyncrasies of designer playthings — every artist featured offers you the chance to meet the quirky characters of their imagination, and see the world through their eyes. Not just toys, this book is bursting at the seams with inspiration. The supporting artwork tells the story of the development of characters — how the initial sketch of a good character can make it across media through vinyl, advertising, animation, illustration, cloth design, and much more. This title also presents exclusive new works and a hint of what is to come from this ever-expanding discipline. Flux – Designer Toys doesn’t just show you the characters and artwork from designers worldwide, it provides a glimpse into the thoughts and aims of the person behind the art. The 8x9" book is the perfect coffee table book for any fan of Vinyl and the art that inspires it. It features a who's who of big names and newcomers to designer toy world. 27 Artists spanning the globe are represented in its pages;
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Each artist is given a brief summery and an interview and large pictures across 6-7 pages, with exception to Huck Gee who has around 15 pages spanning a lot of his custom and production pieces. There's a tonne of variety in the work shown, from cutesy to urban and Japanese to Mayan styles.  A great book with amazing pictures that's sure to come in handy the next time you need to explain what Vinyl Toys are. Flux - Designer Toys is now available at Amazon and most good book stores
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REVIEW: DarkHorseComics – Flocked Domo

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Packaging: Quite a nice little package. There isn't much information on the packaging, It's straight forward with playful images of Domo on each side of the box.  The viewing window is big enough to see the full Domo figure in all his fluffy and flocked glory :D Vinyl: A great piece of vinyl, with no flaws.  The paint is spot on as it ought to be.  The flocking is great all over and also serves to hide any seams on the figure.  There isn't much detail in the character to begin with but this figure captures the essence of Domo.  Domo's arms can be moved and posed in various ways, seems fitting to have the green Domo in a zombie-like pose.   :D Downsides:(?) Technically not a downside, but it would have been nice if the legs could be posed aswell, who wouldn't want a lil Domo sitting on their desk?  Although it doesn't detract anything from the figure, I feel it would've been alot nicer to have glossy beads for the eyes. Quality: 8/10 Durability: 9/10 Fun: 9/10 Overall: 8.6/10 Despite the lack of articulation in the legs, Domo is a good solid figure and the smaller size is better suited to the simplistic Domo-Kun character than the 8" version. Definitely worth picking up. With various colourways, its easy to pick a Domo that suits your tastes. Awesome character, nice packaging and a sweet colourway *thumbs up*

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