Wrong Gear's Wrongbbit DIY figure is just right for DCon

Nov 01 // Natalie Kipper    @PoogieNya

So are the company's other goodies from some pretty spiffy artists.

DIY fans planning on attending this Saturday's DesignerCon should definitely make Wrong Gear's booth (#709) one of their top priorities. Their show-exclusive, the Wrongbbit DIY blank garage kit, is sure to be a quick seller (it is limited to a mere 12 pieces). For those who already have their crosshairs set on this blank bunny figure but aren't quite sure how to customize him, you can download a design template off of the company's website.

The goodies don't end there, though. Wrong Gear will have plenty more stuff for those less-crafty collectors. For starters, DCon marks the debut of their Hang Out modular wallet pouch, with special designs by Danni Shinnya Luo, Miso, Mimi YoonMartin Hsu, Nakanari, Scott Tolleson, and Yuki Miyazaki. Ginger Chen will have three designs, as opposed to one. Attendees will also be able to purchase a beanie based on Yuki Miyazaki's Kuro Chan character (limited to 20 pieces). And finally, the booth will have free limited edition 2012 Wrongbbit bandanas. How cool!

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