Blamo Toys had a booth at DesignerCon and Mikie Graham was there showing off his custom Playmobil figures for this year's Zombie Art Project (you can check out Tian's write-up on last year's here). In a tiered glass display case, scenes of plastic gore played out. My favorite was definitely the zombie shark bit. You can't go wrong with that. Some of the plastic undead could also be spotted over at Toy Art Gallery's booth. The reason being that the art show will held at the West Hollywood-located gallery beginning on November 24. Interestingly, the Toy Art Gallery's show after Zombie Art Project will feature Blamo Toys, so Mikie will be quite busy.
At another part of the display, Blamo Toys staples like Knuckles and the Pink Rice Baby (which looked like it was actually down to its last piece) mingled with custom Swampy and (I believe) Ted figures as well as several Hug colorways. There was a rather spiffy Hug t-shirt, too! It was quite an amusing booth and one you could just explore for a while, marveling at the individual pieces.
Check out the gallery to see more from the Blamo Toys booth!
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