Sneak Peek - Daniel Danger at Gallery 1988 with Pretty In Plastic

sneak peeeeek

hey folks
sharing this a bit as a little sneak peek before the final version is finished and revealed at the opening august 5th.
let us know what you think…

jensen speaking….
don’t want to let too much out of the bag, but artist Daniel Danger and Gallery1988 have partnered up to release Danger’s first full-scale art toy, a SUPER limited and BEAUTIFUL hand-crafted piece. This thing has to be seen to be believed. I, as a fan of Daniel’s, have been waiting tirelessly for him to create his own toy, so when he brought up the idea, I couldn’t have said yes quick enough. Produced by our friends at Pretty In Plastic, this one will go down in the record books, even if there aren’t going to be many made!
Here’s the sketch from Daniel that the toy is based off:

I want to keep some mystery, so here is an in-progress shot of an early prototype of the toy -

We had some painting and tweaks since then, but you can get that early excitement going from the pics for sure! This will be first available at his opening reception next Thursday, August 5th. Each toy will also come with a hand embellished print, and we’re talking LIMITED LIMITED LIMITED….email us at if you’d be interested and we can start taking names.

SHEM FEST!!!! SDCC is here.....

Come see some new vinyl releases from Munky King and new prototypes for Necessaries Toy Foundation by Pretty In Plastic. Here is the scoop for this years Comic-Con... we will add highlights as the convention goes on..

Munky King - BOOTH 4539 4638
More in previous post below....

DKE Toys - BOOTH 4732 4734
This is the first sneak preview of two new pieces from NECESSARIES TOY FOUNDATION. SOOKIE LEE from Sympathy for the Record Industry, and Mickey Finn - A new Piece by COOP, Both sculpted by Pretty In Plastic Inc.

Coming soon from Munky King! Sculpted by Julie B. of Pretty In Plastic

produced by MUNKY KING 

Sculpted by Julie B of Pretty In Plastic

• rotocast vinyl
• 9.5 inches tall
• edition of 400

"Uprisings" by Kozyndan originated as an illustration inspired by the classic Hokusai woodblock print, "The Great Wave off Kanagawa."   Munky King has transformed the illustration into an art vinyl sculpture that can be displayed on its own or used as a bookend.  Sculpted by Julie B of Pretty in Plastic.  Featuring metallic blue water and pearlescent white bunnies cresting off the top of the wave, Uprisings is sure to fulfill every collector's art object desire.
Once available only as a super-limited resin sculpture, Uprisings is now comes in recession-friendly vinyl form so you can fill your entire bookshelf!
Pretty In Plastic Inc. is located in Downtown Los Angeles. We are toy couture and do everything from art manufacturing...from small scale to large! -Julie B.