Medicom Toy

MEDICOM TOY is a japanese brand that specialises in creating collectable toys and action figures, founded in 1996. MEDICOM TOY aimed to create collectable pieces of art rather than conventional toys, thus their products are sold in limited quantities. Their most popular line of toys is the BE@RBRICK series, which is a series of bear-shaped figures imprinted with different designs.

Emotionally Unavailable and Medicom Toy Ready Latest Light-Up 1000% BE@RBRICK
Design

Emotionally Unavailable and Medicom Toy Ready Latest Light-Up 1000% BE@RBRICK

The two’s sixth BE@RBRICK collaboration.

Medicom Toy Immortalizes Shaq and Allen Iverson in BE@RBRICK-Form
Design

Medicom Toy Immortalizes Shaq and Allen Iverson in BE@RBRICK-Form

Depicting both players at the height of their NBA careers.

Anti Social Social Club Introduces Largest BE@BRICK Collaboration to Date
Fashion

Anti Social Social Club Introduces Largest BE@BRICK Collaboration to Date

A giant 1000% collectible, smaller 400% edition and complementary wearables.

Medicom Toy's New BE@RBRICK Honors Keith Haring's Mickey Mouse Artwork
Design

Medicom Toy's New BE@RBRICK Honors Keith Haring's Mickey Mouse Artwork

A tribute to the untitled print from 1982.

Medicom Toy and UNDERCOVER Deliver New FW20 Goods
Design

Medicom Toy and UNDERCOVER Deliver New FW20 Goods

Two BE@BRICKS, a skull lamp and a GILAPPLE speaker.

Medicom Toy Taps 'Sesame Street' for Furry Cookie Monster BE@RBRICK
Design

Medicom Toy Taps 'Sesame Street' for Furry Cookie Monster BE@RBRICK

“C is for cookie.”

Medicom Toy Unveils 1964 Godzilla and Mechagodzilla BE@RBRICKs
Design

Medicom Toy Unveils 1964 Godzilla and Mechagodzilla BE@RBRICKs

Flesh and metal.

Glamb and Medicom Toy to Release Limited 'Throw Mickey' Figures
Arts

Glamb and Medicom Toy to Release Limited 'Throw Mickey' Figures

Inspired by Banksy’s ‘Love is in the Air’ 2005 artwork.

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