Munn-day Morning Recap is back for yet another week, 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 ... it's morning somewhere else, most notably here where I am, so too bad.
This week's batch of customs features is pretty cool, featuring a line-up of customs from a lot of artists who have appeared on Tomopop, but maybe not in this feature specifically. In fact, the title of this week's installment is a reference to one of them. Also, we've got Batman in the mix, too.
Sayonara and Simple Thoughts custom Trikky and Raffy by Jeremiah Ketner (a.k.a. smallandround)
Let's start with the customs from the header. And yes, if you've followed the vinyl scene previously, you probably recognized that this installment's title is a reference to Jeremiah Ketner. The Chicago-based artist had his newest show open his weekend at Sub-Urban Vinyl Toys and Art Gallery in Hawthorne, N.J., and these were two of the customs he had on display. They just look absolutely gorgeous, don't they? I don't think I have a favorite between the two of them and I wish I had at least one in my collection.
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Custom Foomi by Bil "Betso" Betsovic
Last year's Munnyworld winner and Dunny Series 2011 artist Betso brings us his piece for the Munnyworld show at Kidrobot Los Angeles. It's a little alien dude with a little bit of drool who's got some gloves and a nice pair of suspenders. Perhaps he's an intergalactic cabbie?
Ginger Oni Foomi by Owen "Grimsheep" Dewitt
And speaking of Kidrobot Munnyworld show customs, this one is from Grimsheep. He, too, has used a Foomi as his base, which is so far proving to be the popular choice. He's created a red-haired oni with it, complete with a katana in his hand.
Michael Keaton Batman Dunny by Jared "Nikejerk" Cain
The latest commissioned piece from Nikejerk features Batman as he appeared in Tim Burton's original 1989 film, played by Michael Keaton. I'd have to say Nikejerk did a great job recreating Keaton's likeness as The Dark Knight, but that's not the only cool thing about it. Nikejerk asl made a custom box for the piece and included a second arm that has a grappling hook on it so you can display it hanging. I'd be too scared of it falling to do it myself!
Lionfish Munny by Bryan Collins
Another aquatic-themed commission from Bryan Collins has surfaced (pun fully intended), and this time, it's a Munny turned into a lionfish. The patterning looks gorgeous, and I like how it seamlessly wraps around the entire figure.
Bondage Hood Munnys by Cikcuk
Like leather? Then you might like these two fellows Cikcuk just did for a show he was invited to. Yes, they've got bondage hoods on (and it's not the first time he's done something like this, as he did a similar Jouwe before). Might not be my style, but hey, I'm sure there's a Tomopop reader out there or two who might like it.
Dormamu Munny by cyberphunkk
cyberphunkk's new custom comes from the depths of the sea, and he's arisen for a good cause, too. This is cyberphunkk's contribution to the Kaiju for Japan charity sale, which will be happening in April. I think it certainly fits the bill for the event, don't you?
Carnage Munny by Seb One
And to wrap things up, why not another comic-themed Munny? This one's from Seb One and features a little bit of a take on the Marvel villain Carnage. Seb wanted to make a darker looking version of the crazed symbiote, and well ... I think he did a pretty good job, wouldn't you say?
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