Medicom Toy and Rostarr Come Together for 100% & 400% BE@RBRICKS

The Nike collaborator uses the bear-shaped toy as his canvas.

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Medicom Toy returns once again with another collaboration, this time tapping Brooklyn-based artist Rostarr to lend his unique designs for 100% and 400% BE@RBRICKS. Rostarr, known for his artwork collaborations with Nike and their campaign ads, adds splashes of black and neon blue to these figures, indicative to graffiti street culture.

According to Medicom Toy, Rostarr’s contributions to the 2008 documentary Beautiful Losers has begun gaining international attention for artists like him and others with similar backgrounds. The Rostarr 100% & 400% Bearbrick’s are set at ¥ 12,000 JPY (approximately $110 USD) toward the latter half of the year in August.

Check out the gallery above, then take a look at the Muhammed Ali Bearbrick arriving around the same time.

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