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DesignerCon 2012: Vaud Villain Toys

9:30 PM on 11.08.2012 // Brian Szabelski

Martians, molars, and more

At first glance, the Vaud Villain Toys booth might seem like any other toy retailer's set-up. But it was also the place where you could find Vaud Villain's Nick Bane and his two handmade pieces: the resin Bi-Polar Molar and the custom Mono Martian Munnys. The molars are relatively simple designs, but also relatively inexpensive at around US$15-20 depending on the set you want to buy.

For those who couldn't attend DCon, the Bipolar Molars and my Mono Martian Munnys are up in the Vaud Villain store for purchase. Through November 10, you can enter the code "DCON 2012" (no quotes, obviously) to save 15 percent off your total order.

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