Pushead & Medicom Toy Debut Water Print BE@RBRICK

An abstract print exclusively available as a large figurine.

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American artist Pushead, known for designing T-shirts for the likes of Metallica and The Misfits, teams with Japan’s Medicom Toy for an exclusive BE@RBRICK 1000%, featuring a unique print made through the water transfer method.

The first collaborative effort between the two, Pushead x Medicom Toy’s BE@RBRICK features a special all-over water transfer print. The print is unique and differs between models, so no two will be alike. Continuing onto the rear of the model, Pushead’s name appears in stylized Japanese Katakana. Available only in the large 1000% size, the figure stands an impressive two feet tall.

Head to Medicom Toy’s web store to shop the figure, which retails for ¥51,840 JPY or approximately $460 USD. Check out our weekly art roundup for more breaking art news, including Damien Hirst’s latest artistic venture.

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