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Dalek to Release Limited 'Space Monkey' Vinyl Toy Figures

Alongside a vivid, collaborative print with Unheardof.

James Marshall, aka Dalek, is widely-recognized for his vivid illustrations, paintings and art collaborations featuring his popular Space Monkey character — a grinning humanoid mouse that the artist would depict in various bright tones and chaotic scenes, often brandishing destructive implements. Dalek recently linked up with Cincinnati-based UNheardof on a series of vinyl toys portraying the character in limited edition colors.

Standing seven inches tall, the Space Monkey figure will include five weapons including a knife, clever, mallet, axe and a baseball bat as an homage to Cincinnati’s baseball history. In conjunction with the toys is an exclusive silkscreen print measuring 18 by 24 inches wide that consists of 22 vibrant colors. Both the toys and the prints are limited to 50 pieces and will be numbered and signed by Dalek.

Expect all collaborative pieces to launch on UNheardof’s website on October 24.

Elsewhere, check out André Saraiva’s neon artworks made in collaboration with Yellowpop.

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