Munn-day Morning Recap: A bit hung over

11:00 AM on 10.03.2011 // Brian Szabelski
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Munn-day Morning Recap is back after an unintentional vacation caused by me being busy, ready to show off the cool Munnys and Dunnys you may or may not have seen in the past few weeks. As always, these are customs that weren't highlighted in individual posts on Tomopop, but were still worth bringing to your attention. And if it's not morning where you are ... set your alarm clocks a little earlier, dummy!

This week's got a few new customs, both from artists you've seen before and some that are new to me. I especially like one in particular! And no, fore the record, it's the customs that are hung over (or one in particular), not me. Hit the jump and check them all out!

Ernie by Betso

So let's start with our custom featured in the header. It's a new piece from Betso, last month's Kidrobot King of the Boards, and it was also their contest prize. Ernie is a feral cat who's had a tough life, pulling around his little wagon full of stuff, but he's going to a good home, hopefully!

[via Kidrobot KRonikle]

Zombie Munny by Peepeetron

An awfully funny artist's name gives way to a fun little custom zombie Munny. He's got a whole bunch of blood on his lips and teeth and cheeks, but still he looks pretty cute! I just don't think I'd want him because ... well ... he's a zombie and I want my limbs intact, thank you very much.

[via toycutter]

Cringe by JFURY1 

I like tigers. I like samurai. Combining the two sort of together in his own style is JFURY1 with Cringe, a ferocious feline with a sword and attitude. It's not a bad custom at all, at least to me. Check out more photos here!

[via toycutter]

8" Munny/Dunny customs by Markie Darkie 

Markie Darkie has created a set of a Munny and matching Dunny that are both quite interesting. It almost seems like they're covered in mud or some other kind of semi-solid, ooze-like liquid, but with colors that are very vibrant. And those big eyes staring out from beneath it all ... man, it's just a very pretty piece to look at.

[via toysrevil]

La Rosa Muerta by Adam Greeley 

Finally, we have two pieces from Adam Greeley to take a look at. Starting things off is La Rosa Muerta, for the Dia de los Muertos group show at Screaming Sky Gallery. True to the theme, it's a skeleton-themed piece that looks like it could be a part of the holiday festivities, but the skull and bones also glow in the dark for the extra spookiness feature. Nice!

Kali by Adam Greeley 

 

Second is a custom Munny of the goddess Kali, painted with some nice details like the shadows underneath the skull necklace. It's got a very much a feel of an ancient Hindu painting or other work of art, which makes sense given that's where Kali is from, and the skull necklace of course reminds you that Kali does not **** around, as she is known as "she who destroys." It's available on Adam's shop for US$275 right now, if you'd like to pick this piece up!

[If there are any custom Dunnys or Munnys you spot and want to see featured in Munn-day Morning Recap, or if you're an artist who wants to send along a tip, feel free to e-mail us at tips (at) tomopop (dot) com!]

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