Cavey

Guy Fawkes Cavey photo
Guy Fawkes Cavey

Celebrate a British holiday with Guy Fawkes Cavey


Arrives Monday, limited to 25 pieces
Oct 30
// Brian Szabelski
Remember, remember, the Third of November ... because that's when a new Cavey arrives! The Guy Fawkes Cavey (or is it Ca-V? Get it?) is releasing Monday at 8 p.m. BST (4 p.m. Eastern, 1 p.m. Pacific) for £25 each. ...
Brown Bear Cavey photo
Brown Bear Cavey

Brown Bear Cavey arrives next Monday


Usagi Space Bunny resin figures coming, too
Aug 26
// Brian Szabelski
Need a little fuzzy in your life? Then perhaps you should check out the newest plush Cavey, Brown Bear Cavey. He's a brown fleece Cavey bear, complete with little tiny nose, and he's going to be available at 8 p.m. BST (3 p.m...
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New Caveys

Two new Caveys arrive for August


Looks like one has already melted away ...
Aug 04
// Brian Szabelski
Two new Caveys have arrived in the Cavey shop for the month of August. On the plush side of things, there's the Ice Cream Cavey, which comes in a removable felt cone and features a faux strawberry (because a real one would be...

C-Wok Cavey photo
C-Wok Cavey

Help destroy the second Death Star with C-Wok Caveys


No foolin' here; they're little furballs you might actually like
Apr 01
// Brian Szabelski
The Cavey family is heading to a galaxy far, far away with its next release, the C-Wok Cavey. Based on the Ewoks from Return of the Jedi, the little fellows will be available in both plush and vinyl versions, as seems to be t...
Polar Bear Caveys photo
Polar Bear Caveys

Polar Bear Caveys arrive Feb. 3


In both plush and vinyl versions
Jan 27
// Brian Szabelski
It's cold outside, so stay in and cuddle up with a new Polar Bear Cavey! Well, at least one version: it'll be available in both plush and vinyl versions. The plush Cavey is a run of 100 pieces and the vinyl Cavey a run of onl...
24 Hours of Toy Break photo
24 Hours of Toy Break

Toy Break's 24-hour broadcast, sales begin today


New vinyl Cavey, OMFG! colorways on tap
Jan 24
// Brian Szabelski
Ayleen and George over at Toy Break are about to embark on their annual 24-hour broadcast, which starts at 5 p.m. Pacific (8 p.m. Eastern) tonight to help raise money to continue the production of Toy Break. They're plan...
December Cavey releases photo
December Cavey releases

Deck the halls with December's Cavey releases


Wouldn't you love to find them in your stocking?
Nov 26
// Natalie Kipper
Christmas comes to the world of Holly Stanway's Cavey and Coney characters with the announcement of December's special releases. Christmas Tree Coney (£16) and Reindeer Vinyl Cavey (£15) were reveal...
October '13 Cavey release photo
October '13 Cavey release

October's Cavey release is Frankenstein's Monster


a little stranger's popular plush gets a classic monster makeover
Oct 08
// Natalie Kipper
It's finally October and a little stranger's Cavey plushes are getting ready for Halloween. On the official Cavey Facebook page, it was revealed yesterday that not only would this month's Cavey be dressed as Frankenstein...
September Cavey photo
September Cavey

Cavey heads back to school for September's release


Beanie cap not included
Sep 03
// Brian Szabelski
A new class of Cavey has emerged for September's release, and it's Back to School Cavey! Complete with a striped tie and collar, the little fellow will be part of a class of 50 Caveys attending school this year. Someone ought...
August Cavey releases photo
August Cavey releases

Cavey coming in two fruity flavors for August


Meet Watermelon Cavey and Strawberry Vinyl Cavey
Aug 13
// Natalie Kipper
August is the meat of the summer, when temperatures soar and fruit is ripe for harvesting. So it comes as no surprise that both of this month's Cavey releases are inspired by the season's edible bounty. For August, Holly Stan...
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Raffle of Team SOS Cavey to benefit Leukemia & Lymphoma Research
It's no secret that I'm a fan of the little fellow called Cavey, and if you're a fan who wants to help a charitable cause, then you might be interested in this custom Cavey raffle. The Team SOS Cavey is a one-off custom based...

Calavera Caveys photo
Calavera Caveys

Calavera Caveys are July's special release


Vinyl and plush versions coming to Cardiff Tattoo & Toy Convention
Jul 12
// Brian Szabelski
The Cavey releases for July are here, and they're probably Kristina's favorite Caveys ever. Why? Because they're Calavera Caveys, in both plush and vinyl forms. Each one is handpainted with a different design and limited to 2...
SDCC Vinyl Cavey photo
SDCC Vinyl Cavey

Super Duper Caped Vinyl Caveys revealed


Two versions: one for SDCC, one for online store
Jul 03
// Brian Szabelski
As we thought from the teaser, the two exclusives from the Cavey camp for SDCC are vinyl Super Duper Caped Caveys. One is blue, the other pink ... but the pink one isn't going to be at SDCC. The pink Super Duper Caped Ca...

Vinyl Cavey goes superhero for SDCC

Jul 02 // Brian Szabelski
SDCC Vinyl Cavey photo
Figure gets the cape treatment like its plush siblings have
Curious about what Cavey would be doing for SDCC the year? Wait no more: a teaser has been posted, and the answer is the return of Super Duper Caped Cavey ... as a vinyl figure. Yes, Vinyl Cavey is this year's exclusive, and ...

June Cavey release photo
June Cavey release

Pink Polkadot Piggy Cavey will be available June 24


Consider it squeal-worthy
Jun 18
// Natalie Kipper
Holly Stanway previously captured the essence of cute barnyard animals with her Spring Lamb Cavey and is now following up on that adorable plush release with the Pink Polkadot Piggy Cavey. This plush has pointed ears (as...

Tomopop Interview: Holly Stanway

Jun 11 // Martin Siggers
How does it feel to have reached the third anniversary of the Cavey range? Absolutely amazing! I am constantly blown away by peoples amazing reaction to Cavey and all the lovely people I've met though it. Tell us how you got into the toy business. Was it a conscious decision or something that just happened? I am a professional model maker, mostly focusing on toy prototyping and production for mainstream clients. My studio was asked to collaborate on a piece for the Action Man 40:40 show in 2006, and it all just went from there! I had made bits and pieces for art shows before, but not customized toys like that. It opened my eyes to a whole new world! How did you go about contacting the artists for the birthday show? Was there anybody you particularly wanted a contribution from, or thought would be difficult to get? I contacted everyone personally through e-mail. I'm lucky enough to be friends with most of the artists in the show, so everyone was kind enough to say yes! The trickiest part for me was putting the artist list together; there are so many amazing customisers out there it is difficult to not get carried away. Do you think the designer toy scene in the U.K. has changed since you first launched Cavey? Does being here put you at a particular advantage or disadvantage? Very much so, the U.K. scene is much stronger than before. We held the first ToyCon UK in April this year and the quality of the work in the U.K. now is insane; there are so many artists putting out great product, and loads of up and comers. There is a real feeling of community in the U.K. toy scene, which I love. Do you still do all of the Cavey design work yourself, or do you have partners or assistants these days? I do all the design and prototyping, photography, website and social - I have a small team who help me with the bulk of the sewing. I sometimes bribe my friends with tea and cake to help me with all the packing and posting. Do you have a dream project or commission you'd love to work on? I've always wanted to work for Jim Henson making Muppets :) Usagi prototype, teased on Instagram What does the future hold for Cavey and yourself? We launched a new character by A Little Stranger earlier this year - usagi, who will be appearing in the form of a vinyl figure in the future. As for Cavey, more vinyl Cavey more plush Cavey! More cute stuff! [Many thanks to Holly for taking part and answering our questions! Find her work at A Little Stranger and Hey Cavey]
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A conversation with the Cavey creator
With the adorable Cavey range recently celebrating its third birthday, we figured it was high time to catch up with its creator Holly Stanway. Perhaps better known in the designer toy world as A Little Stranger, she's one of ...

Tomopop About Town: Custom Vinyl Cavey Show

Jun 03 // Martin Siggers
The event was held at the Fleet River Bakery, a charming little watering hole right in the heart of downtown London. A small backroom had been appropriated to show off all the pieces but attendance was high and consequently plenty of people spilled out into the street to drink and chat while waiting their turn to get inside. Once inside, all the Caveys had been set up on white display boxes and were out in the open, making them easy to see from all angles. There were two rows of "regular" Caveys with the larger pieces having a third row against the wall at the back. Decorations included these fantastic Cavey-themed posters. Even the fairy cakes were Cavey-themed! Please note that this did not save them from being eaten. A small table near the entrance sold assorted Cavey merchandise, and, most importantly, the limited event exclusive Vinyl Birthday Cake-vey and Cherry Chocolate Cupcake-vey variations. As for the Caveys themselves, I don't even need to tell you that the quality of the work was extraordinarily high, with some of the best custom toy designers around contributing pieces for the show. I've picked out a few favourites below but I wanted to emphasise just how extraordinary the overall standard was. Pride of place on the end opposite the entrance went to Triclops' awesome Hey Arnold! themed design. Lunabee's gorgeous patchwork hot air balloon Cavey got to sit at the head of the second row. Joe Knapper's creation was one of the more complex and creepy pieces on display. As he happily demonstrated, those arms are fully poseable. Many of the creators were in attendance and I got the chance to talk for a few minutes with Zukaty, creator of this memorably menacing red version I think if I had to pick just one though, it'd be this absolutely beautiful feathered variation by Lady Lauren Loves. The paint detail is incredible and I love the brown, green and blue combination. Overall, I don't think the Cavey third anniversary party can be called anything other than an unqualified success. The location was perfect, the company good and the work on display remarkable. With this enjoyable celebration now over, it'll be interesting to see where Cavey heads next.
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It's a third birthday party for Cavey
It's hard to believe, but Cavey is already three years old and to celebrate the occasion creator Holly Stanway (aka A Little Stranger) held a party to celebrate. More than just a chance to eat, drink and be merry though, this was also a chance to see the 41 custom Vinyl Caveys produced specifically for the event. Hit the jump to check out photos and more from the show!

Custom Cavey sneak peek photo
Custom Cavey sneak peek

A look at some of the custom Caveys for Friday's show


Some are cute and cuddly, others ... not so much
May 29
// Brian Szabelski
This Friday marks the Custom Vinyl Cavey Show in London, and as a peek, we're getting to see the customs a little early. There are 41 customs that are part of the show, all of which have now been posted to the Hey Cavey blog....
Lunartik's Spud photo
Lunartik's Spud

Custom Delights: Lunartik's Spud


Custom vinyl Cavey for this Friday's show
May 26
// Brian Szabelski
Lunartik has revealed his custom for the upcoming Custom Vinyl Cavey Show, and it's actually pretty darn funny. Taking the Cavey's normal bean shape, he's sculpted around it and made the little critter into a potato, complete...
Cavey's 3rd Birthday photo
Cavey's 3rd Birthday

Celebrate Cavey's 3rd birthday with limited edition goods


Candy Pink and Midnight Black Vinyl Caveys are icing on the cake
May 23
// Natalie Kipper
Cavey is turning three and, in honor of the happy day, Holly Stanway a.k.a. a little stranger is hosting a Vinyl Cavey custom show in London on May 31 (details here). Those lucky enough to attend will have the chance to purch...
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You can now pre-order Cavey iPhone cases


The little armless fellow is moving up in the world
Apr 27
// Natalie Kipper
Soon you will have a chance to show your love for a little stranger's lovable Cavey plushes just by answering your phone. Two adorable iPhone case designs (available for both iPhone 4/4s and 5) were revealed on the ...

Tomopop Review: Vinyl Cavey

Apr 18 // Brian Szabelski
Figure Name: Vinyl CaveyFigure Maker: Cavey (Holly Stanway) and Unbox IndustriesRetail Price: £9Available at: Hey Cavey shop (purple | white) Vinyl Cavey comes bagged in clear plastic, with a header card on top to keep it inside. I do like how it's themed a bit here to resemble other kaiju/sofubi releases from Japan, but I think the Cavey in the illustration is perhaps a tiny bit too small. It does pop out with the purple coloring, but it's not easy to tell what it is right away. The back of the packaging includes a list of all the folks involved with the design and production of the vinyl Cavey, along with two additional colorways listed: pink and black. These haven't been announced yet, but they could be in the future. Guess we'll have to want and see on that. So here, with no frills, is our little plastic Cavey friend. I chose the purple colorway, but it's also available in white. As you can see, it's shaped just like the plush versions, with those little ears, two button-like eyes and a little smile. The casting job is very smooth and even. There's a nice little bit of detail here, too: vinyl Cavey "leans" to one side in his bean-shaped pose, and there's even folds properly sculpted in where the fabric should bunch and crease. Vinyl Cavey is smaller than its plush sibling (seen here: Super Duper Caped Cavey Dragatomi ver. from SDCC 2011) by at least an inch or two, so if you're expecting it to be 1/1 scale ... you might be disappointed. However, it's about the same size as one of Kidrobot's Dunnys, which essentially means it is to-scale with most blind-boxed figure releases. I'm quite okay with that, especially for the retail price. Looking a little closer at the face, you can see that the details are pretty minimal, but then again, so is plush Cavey. What matters is that looking at this little fellow, I do indeed feel the same charm coming from it as I would a plush Cavey. And by charm, I mean that the plush Caveys always made me smile when I saw them, and the vinyl ones seem to do just the same. The only thing that's not vinyl is the tag on the back. It is, in fact, made of fabric, just like the plush Caveys have. In fact, I think they are the exact same tags used on the plush Caveys. It's a pretty nice little touch and a throwback to vinyl Cavey's roots, and I'm quite glad to see it implemented in the final product. And on the bottom? Just a simple name stamp like and small vinyl figure tends to have. Nothing too fancy. Vinyl Cavey isn't very cuddly, but it still has the adorable charm of the original Cavey design. Plus, its basic shape lends itself well as a customizing platform, as we'll probably see for the Custom Cavey Vinyl Show in May. If you're a fan of Cavey or you want a fun little figure to customize that's not a Dunny, Munny or Qee, the vinyl Cavey is a pretty solid option. It is a little more expensive because of the pound sterling-to-dollar conversion rate (otherwise, it'd be priced similar to a Dunny) but worth it.
Review: Vinyl Cavey photo
Not so snuggly, but just as cute
Cavey has been a frequent visitor to the front page of Tomopop, in no small part due to my love of the design. The guinea pig-inspired plushes from A Little Stranger have been among my favorites for quite some time, in part b...

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Celebrate Spring with a fluffy Spring Lamb Cavey


Picture a grassy knoll with these guys rolling down it
Apr 17
// Natalie Kipper
There is nothing like a little fleecy ball of adorable fluff to remind you that Spring is the air. And in honor of the season when baby lambs frolic, Holly Stanway, also known as A little stranger, has sewn up a batch of Spri...
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Cavey vinyl show teasers pop up online


Gary Ham, RunDMB, Leecifer and more!
Apr 15
// Brian Szabelski
The Cavey Instagram account has been busy posting teasers for the upcoming Cavey Vinyl Show in May. So far, there's a few teasers from some familiar artists, like Gary Ham and his little wooden Cavey car/arch combo. Or RunDMB...
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Two more ToyCon reveals from Sergey Safonov


Moon Cavey and The End of the Man to debut at event
Apr 04
// Brian Szabelski
While we just posted a big ToyCon UK round-up the other day, Sergey Safonov snuck in two more announcements before the show. His first but of news is the final installment in the Godot series, The End of the Man, which is les...

A look at ToyCon UK's wares and exclusives

Apr 02 // Brian Szabelski
Lunartik will be bringing two pieces with him to ToyCon UK. First, there's Royal Tea, a new Mini Tea Special Brew in a pretty white and blue pattern. It'll be a limited release of 200 Teas, each one signed and numbered, for £15 a piece. Also at his booth will be a 2.5-inch resin figure called The Royal Fail - Mail Bomb. It's done-up in ToyCon colors (pink, turquoise and black ... you will be seeing a lot of that color palette in this post) with a run size of 25 signed-and-numbered pieces, retailing at £30. He has also invited a special guest artist to his booth, but hasn't revealed who yet. Sergey Safonov is making the trip from Moscow for the show, and while he won't have his own booth, he'll be hanging out at some fellow artists' booths during the show. At the Hang Gang booth, he'll have a Grape Juice variant of Choir Boy Godot, the superglossy black Luno, and a black/GID Darkest Night piece. At Fugi.me's booth, Sergey is revealing his newest figure, Govra. It'll be available in two designs, Eclipse and Zenith, and there will also be a Govra print available. A signing will take place at the Fugi.me booth at 1 p.m. Creo Design is finally launching their 6-inch Lofing figure at the event in both regular and DIY versions. The regular version will retail for $40 USD (£27.50) while the DIY version will be $30 USD (£20), and will be runs of 300 pieces and 200 pieces, respectively. Remaining figures will be on sale in the Creo Design shop after the event.Also debuting at the show is Creo and Blue-Frog World's Masks of Doom, a series of resin masks for 4-inch Munnys based a bit on MF Doom's awesome mask; and Creo x dust's two pieces, AlterEGO and RAS2013. There's a lot of colorways available, so check the full release list on the ToyCon UK site.And of course, how could we forget all the custom QiQis? Most have been revealed, and you can find all the photos on Creo Design's Facebook album for the event.  Alto will have several pieces at the event. First, there's the Boxen of Oxen, four show-exclusive Little Ox variants. There's 10 of each, retailing at £25 starting at 10 a.m. GMT. And speaking of Little Oxen, new custom Little Oxen will be on display (and on sale) from Sneaky Raccoon, Ume Toys, Drew Millward, Mr. Lister, RunDMB, Lisa Rae Hansen and David Stevenson. Alto's Evil Origami will also be in attendance with the "Unfold" custom show going on tour. Pieces at the show will be those from Lisa Rae Hansen, Klingatron, Conzo, Effektive, Daniel Seex, Robbie Porter, Verity Keniger, Lindstrom Effect, Berg, and DMS. He'll also have a few blank Evil Origami available for £15 each. Then there's the new collab between Alto and DMS, Skelevex. The skull-shaped piece will be at the show in a variety of colors and finishes, according to Alto, and prices will be between £100 and £125 each. There will also be a raffle for two green flocked, wooden plaque-mounted Skelevex heads. Dudebox's offerings at ToyCon will include the remaining Dai Ocean and Bob figures they have in stock. Dolly Oblong teased something for ToyCon with muffinman ... and it's a Billy Brains version of Baldwin! Twenty will be available for £35 each. Also, there will be Dairobo papercraft and a Momo plush available, too. Tesselate will have his works displayed at the GenericArt booth (more on that later), and they include two new debuting members of the ED-IT JD team: C1100 (in two colorways) and the imposing Z9900_P. Also at the show will be new Keyeyes with TC keys (because ToyCon, right?) and special colorways of the B5100 and C1200 robots. Planet Domu will have two pieces coming with them to ToyCon. First is the Womo figure, a collaboration with RunDMB, of which a one-off custom will be at ToyCon for £80. Also debuting at the show is the War Tourist resin figure, a Domu x RunDMB collab, available in the 4-inch DIY version for £45. There will also be custom War Tourists from artists like Stu Witter, Pete Fowler Jon Paul Kaiser and A Little Stranger; see the ToyCon UK pager for full details. The Tarantulas are bringing a new trio with them: Chompy Man, 1983, and Bubblegum II. The three are apparently collaborations with Onell Design, Fig Lab and Real x Head, with prices to be determined, and Bubblegum II is the vinyl version of a resin figure from SDCC 2009. Jon Paul Kaiser is bringing a new sculpt, his Libertas skulls, in both regular and scribed versions. They use his trademark two-tone style, but the scribed versions have some scribbling on them. Secret code? Maybe ... maybe. Either way, 10 regular skulls (£65) and 5 Scribed skulls (£80) will be available at his booth during the show as soon as the doors open. Ume Toys will have some old resins, like Fletcher the Fatcat and Pepper Popcorn, that it appears he's bringing to ToyCon, but he'll also have a new dapper piece. Say hi to Harrington the Third, a fellow that's one part hat, one part mustache, and one part legs. The resin Harrington is 6.5 inches tall and five will be available at the show for £55 each. There will also be 5 Ditas available (in Hellfire red and black, cyan, Ume pink, cocoa and aged bronze varants) for £75 each. Squink! is bringing a new resin Dunny with him, Happy Dream Man; the little guy will be available in three different colorways for six total at the show. He'll also have a ton of custom vinyl and resin figures of all types, including his Dreamer resin figure, at his booth. Map-Map is promising to show ToyCon stuff soon, but looks like he's working on a custom resin figure. Okkle is bringing his Runts Zero series and a whole bunch of customs. He's been tweeting out what those customs are, including a Foomi called Spring Spirit, a little Trikky called Tinks, and a Raffy he's calling Tim the Giraffe Accountant, complete with glasses. Likewise, Haus of Boz has been tweeting out her customs for ToyCon UK. Not a surprise, they look wonderful. There's the Dunnypillar, Sky Devil, or a series of Huck Gee Rhinos called Black and White. Oh, and there's poop. Yes, a Munnyworld accessory customized and prettied up to prove that you can polish a turd. No photos yet from Cris Rose, but the promise of "50-60 bots for the show, plus an exclusive pin badge colourway and 3 new bot sculpts." Likewise, no news from Lunabee, but she's been tweeting teasers. Looks like lots of different types of custom vinyl creations are on the way! TADO have their Panda Otaku (in two versions), but they're also doing plushes, wooden keychains and resin figures! The resins include two new designs - The Hermazinger and Miss Panda Super Idol. Stitches and Glue are bringing their new release, BuBu, to ToyCon. He's apparently a little monkey in a cage; photos shall be forthcoming, I suspect. [UPDATE: Photos are in! Bubu is 12 inches tall and has arms that extend 65 cm in length.] The Hang Gang is your hangout if you like kaiju or sofubi, with exclusives in ToyCon colors from: Super7 (Mummy Boy and a Foster I will never have now *cries*); Max Toy Co. (Kaiju Negora); Uamou (Uamou figure); Unbox Industries and Jeff Lamm (Spike Wad); and Gary Ham (Wooper Looper). Full details on all the prices and release times are on their blog. Monsters & Mecha will have their Raar plushes (not to be confused with the Dynamite Rex figure, as there's no exclamation point in the name) at the show in various colorways. Artransmitte has a few things from Super7 (a Casket Cruiser colorway), Dynamite Rex (Raaar!), and Brutherford Industries (the UK edition Ice Scream Man featuring a bowler hat). TOYSREVIL has the round-up already taken care of (and they're linking to it anyways), so check it out for a full rundown. Triclops Studio, long story short, is going to be bringing new figures for its' B.A.S.T.A.R.D. series. They've just been teasing them on their blog for most of March. Fugi.me is playing host to new releases from Rebel Scum and Robotic Industries. On the Rebel Scum side of things, the release is a new piece, Kawbanite, featurins a KAWS figure in a crunchy carbonite (actually resin) shell. Six pieces will be available total in two colorways, on sale for £35. Meanwhile, Robotic Industries says goodbye to The Rising with a final purple and black colorway, limited to five pieces and on sale for £30. But they say hello to Dead Dog, a 7-inch-by-4-inch-by-2.5-inch resin figure that lives up to its name. These will also be limited to five pieces at the show, on sale for £40 and coming with a Giclee print. In addition, a new run of Ethan Mk1 custom 5-inch Munnys will be at ToyCon. The Munnys, featuring a resin-cast head with moving mouth, are limited to a pair each in three different colorways, and they'll be £45 each. Mintyfresh has several exclusives for the show. They are: the Union Jack Hug the Killer by Nikopicto; Moony and Stay Gold versions of RESTORE's Debris Japan; two Gazer Busts from Angry Woebots; and the Trooper Lotus from Clogtwo and Mighty Jaxx. GenericArt will be home of artists like Tesselate during the event, but they're also doing some custom shows and releases. One of those is the Mini Tea custom series Fans of Tea 3. Among the participating artists are Reet Neet with his Forrest Gump-inspired LieuTEAnant Dan figure; and Kerry Dyer, who has created a Shakespeare Tea and a series of customs called Taming of the Brew for the event. GenericArt is also playing host to Art in the Groove, a custom vinyl event featuring ... actual vinyl. As in records. A number of British artists have been invited to participate, so be sure to check it out as well if you go. Previous announcements: David Stevenson ToyCon UK exclusives Taylored Curiosities Fossilized Morrows and Giant Monster Embryos Lisa Rae Hansen's MegaSeth A Little Stranger x ToyCon UK's TCon plush and vinyl figure  Cavey ToyConcaveysaurus exclusives ... and the non-ToyConcaveysaurus exclusive colorways Doktor A's Phizogs Unbox Industries/Jeff Lamm exclusives
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More vinyl and resin this weekend than Disco Demolition Night in a pine forest
ToyCon UK opens up this weekend, and many of the major British designer artists will be in attendance (with some surprises, too). Add in the fact that many will be bringing their own pieces to Baden-Powell House, and you have...

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Cavey's third birthday being celebrated May 31
Cavey fans: if you're going to ToyCon UK, you're in luck. Holly is bringing with her two special Caveys — one plush, one vinyl — for the event, the Toyconcaveysaurus. The plush one is a fleecy aqua number, while t...

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The March Hare and Mad Hatter take part in a very limited plush edition
Holly Stanway is mixing it up a little for Cavey and Coney's March release. The pair will be cosplaying as the Mad Hatter and March Hare from Alice in Wonderland with Cavey sporting mismatched eyes along with the Hatter'...

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Vinyl Cavey pre-orders begin Thursday


Plus, you can win yourself a one-off custom!
Feb 06
// Brian Szabelski
Well, hello there, vinyl Cavey. We haven't seen you since DesignerCon, but the good news is we'll all be seeing more of the little fellow starting Thursday, when pre-orders for the first vinyl Cavey figures begin. The first r...
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Give a little love with three Valentine-themed releases


New Shawnimals Ninja, Cavey and resin piece from Ume Toys might warm your heart
Jan 31
// Brian Szabelski
Looking to add something to your collection in time for Valentine's Day, or maybe find a special gift? There's at least three options going to be released over the next 48 hours that just might warrant some attention: F...

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