Munn-day Morning Recap: Mad World
12:00 PM on 12.05.2011
Munn-day Morning Recap is back after a brief hiatus, 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 ... then don't read this for a few more hours. That's cheating.
This week's batch of customs goes to the movies, with several themed Dunnys and Munnys. Hit the jump to check them all out!
Dunny Darko by Michal Miszta
Let's start with the custom from the header. Yes, it's a custom 3-inch Dunny of Donnie Darko, inspired by the fact that Michal had seem several Dunnys of Frank ... but not one of Donnie. It even comes in that themed box and really, looks great!
Harry Potter Munny by Michal Miszta
Yet that's not the only movie-themed custom he's done. Yep, it's Harry Potter (as portrayed by Daniel Radcliffe) and like Dunny Darko, the detailing is all in the paint job, which looks quite good.
Finally, there's the Hellboy Dunny. I love how he's turned the Dunny's ear into a cigar for our butt-kicking buddy to chomp down on. It's even more impressive when you think that this detail's all on a regular 3-inch Dunny which sold for US$105 at auction. Eighty percent of that went to charity, though, so it's for quite a good cause!
Greedo Munny by Lazman
Yep, another movie custom ... this one is good ol' Greedo from Star Wars. The only thing Lazman's custom is missing, perhaps, is a blaster in his hand. Otherwise, how will he be able to get off a shot on poor Han?
Hugh Rose's latest commission was for a custom Dia de los Muertos Munny, and the result is quite impressive. There's a lot to check out here, but the layering of colors is really what catches my eye at first glance.
Pinocchio Munny by Jeffery Montiel
Here's a custom for Bear and Bird's Halloween-themed art show last month. It's Pinocchio alright ... but he's turned his broken nose into a weapon. Maybe he'll not kill us ... but some vampires instead?
Clifford the Werewolf by Podgy Panda
Here's Podgy Panda's custom for Sneaky Raccoon' Tales from the Sneaky Crypt show at Kidrobot London. According to Podgy, "I wanted to create a scenario for Clifford, the peanut butter and jelly eating werewolf, which tells the story of his demise. If you look at the silhouette of the wolf pack, it's in the shape of a claw, ready to pounce on wee Clifford." Very cool stuff!
The Woodland Warriors by Lunabee
Finally, we have Lunabee's newest custom Dunny set, the Woodland Warriors. The set (from left to right: Princess Pom, Indi, Huxton, Naruto, Echo and Rumo) features woodland creatures that aren't to be messed with. As you might have guessed, these sold out almost as quickly as they were put up in her store, but there will be other sets in the future!
[If there are any custom Dunnys or Munnys you spot and want to see featured in this feature, feel free to e-mail us at tips (at) tomopop (dot) com!]
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