There are some seriously visually stunning vinyl toys figures out there, wherein the designer goes to absurd levels to create a piece with creativity, ingenuity and detail — like Coarse’s False Friends, or the WWRp Medic Grunt (or anything from 3A Toys, for that matter). Certainly the latest piece from Huck Gee, apty titled the Memories of a ClutterMunk: The Ronin, fits in the category. Sure this heavily cluttered monk/Ronin comes loaded with plenty of details — like burlap gunpowder bags, carefully wrapped samurai swords, a little bird, lantern and more — but all that hand-crafted attention won’t come cheap. And it doesn’t. Gee wants $1,800 for his creation — and he vows to only make 10 of them. Each set is signed and numbered, arriving padded and packaged in its own hand assembled and laser-etched wooden box, and will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. If you’re interested, email Huck Gee ASAP to reserve your figure and make payment arrangements. Expect 3-4 weeks for delivery of the “Memories of a ClutterMunk, The Ronin” vinyl figure.

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  1. […] is well known among toy collectors for his Kidrobot Art of War series, not to mention the awesome Turtle Riding Ronin and other Samurai-Inspired Dunnies covered here before. Now Gee has created a limited edition set […]

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