Sunday, 9 September 2012

Designer Toys @ STGCC 2012

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TokiDoki Booth

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A bit of resemblance to 'My Melody'...

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Singapore Post Figurines - Uniquely MyStamp collection 

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Singapore Post TO-FU 

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2Spot Studio booth

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BLOODY BUNNY latest and special limited edition Vinyl Doll

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I Love doodolls booth - T-shirt, Plush Toys and accessories ... 

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Friendly staff from I Love doodolls online store

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Urban Six by Nicholas Quah 

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I'm caught candid by Leon 'Open The Toy'....

I'm trying to create a more holistic coverage of STGCC 2012, encompassing designer toys which were mass-produced, while some handmade and really niche. It's for those who appreciate art, in pursuant of passion. Among these designer toys were those expressed in sweet eye-candy-looking stuffs or in the form of resin, vinyl or plush. Two of which that caught my attention were those 1/6 scale concept figures on Urban Six by Nicholas Quah and those retro style looking figures by Max Toys. A little different from mainstream toys for a change of taste?

8 comments:

David John Shewsbury said...

which designer toys do you like the most?

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I'm casting my vote for Nicholas' Quah Urban Six Concept figures. Especially the one with the pistol head.

chrismandesign said...

not only the toys themselves but the stuff related are great !!! those t-shirts and posters are uhmmmm YUMI !!!... there are some specialized stores here with reasonable prices for this kind of toys, but as you, most of my collection items are ordered... maybe if we were supporting our local stores a bit more, the offer would be better... =)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I'm not so much of guy who goes for design toys nevertheless, I find them cute and some unique. I started collecting toys by buying from departmental store and toy shops. Still do now, less often unless on good discount or sale. Only in recent years, if I wanted toys badly and urgently, I would turned to online. Most of the time, shipping sucks and I paid for the price of desperation and impatience. I think I like fleamarket best for surprises and bargains. Ha! Ha!

deSMOnd said...

Bro..u were focus sia....

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Seems like I'm so focused that I was going crossed eyes. Ha! Ha! This is embarrassing! The last pic is just for laugh...

bluedrakon said...

I don't always get Designer Toys as they usually are so darn cosplay. But when I can (like O-No Sushi), I gettem.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I guess designer toys that are exotic in design would catch more attention and something when we don't buy them at convention like this, it would hard to come by again. O-No Sushi is pretty cute and funny!

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