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The Lunartik Pillow Collection

November 27, 2010  |  Uncategorized

10 New Lunartik head Pillows freshly brewed & ready for you over at >> ClickforArt
Including the Special Brew, Mr Tea!

Tea Signing at Forbidden Planet – London

November 25, 2010  |  Uncategorized

A Big Thank you to everyone who came down to Forbidden Planet to support me and have a lovely cup of tea!
Thanks to all the staff members at FP for being so much fun, and thanks to Hidden Crumbs who gave us all a lot of cake!!

Here’s some super snaps taken by my mate Doc18… Enjoy!



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The Special Brews Revealed!

November 20, 2010  |  Vinyl Toys


Presenting the Four Special Brews!
Hidden inside packs of Mini Tea there are Four Special Brews to discover, they are quite hard to find, but well worth a shot.
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The Perfect Brew! SketchBot Custom for SBV2

November 19, 2010  |  Custom Pieces, Vinyl Toys

For SBV2 I have produced a rather cheeky little number called ‘The Perfect Brew’ a good old fashioned strong Pot of Tea, hence the muscle arm handle.

It has a white Gloss finish, Gold Leaf trim & Blue glaze details with a Mini Lunartik sitting in the top!. Presented on a Hand cast resin base, Signed & Dated 2010, Ready to buy.

Check out all the amazing customs that are now on show!
Follow this link: SBV2 @ Munky King Gallery

Munky King
7308 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046 (Click here for gallery details)

Special Brew – Sneak Peek!

November 16, 2010  |  Vinyl Toys

8Ball Tea Shirts Ready to go!

November 13, 2010  |  Uncategorized


Available in both Mens & Ladies styles and a range of sizes from S to XXL
Only £17.99 EachClick Here

Mini Tea Launch at Forbidden Planet London

November 4, 2010  |  Vinyl Toys


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The making of Mr Paint for UK Artist Ian Stevenson

November 4, 2010  |  Art Work

Mr Paint
Earlier this year UK Artist and all round good guy Ian Stevenson came to me with a rather interesting project called Mr Paint. He showed me his first conceptual drawings of his character and after spending a hours in meetings discussing and drinking endless amounts of tea we decided that design should be made in resin and his vision to turn a 2D idea into a 3D was possible. As Ian says… “Hooooorah!” and I second that.

Here’s a series of progress images.
Mr Paint, first made from clay on the right then progressed into Sculpey and then resin.

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