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December 14, 2015

Punk Goth Suicide Girl "ThreeTimesNever" Handcrafted Resin Toy x Marcos Lorenzo

Marcos Lorenzo presents his new release "ThreeTimesNever", a limited series of 250 handcrafted resin toys, 1/10 scale,6.3 inches tall.

ThreeTimesNever is the first of a toy collection based on alternative girls . The key point about ThreeTimesNever are her tattoos, as an homage to people’s good and bad moments, and how those kinds of things and livings become written over your skin forever.

SomeStrangeThings  is a business compromised of only Marcos Lorenzo. From the design, trough the production to the expedition.he controls the entire process from his small home studio in Barcelona,

The sculpture is on available for preorder now at the Some Strange Things store and the price is 150€ plus shipping.

Patrick Wong's New "Burner" Fatcap Commissions

Canadian artist Patrick Wong shares his latest custom toys titled "Burner" in 3" and 6". Both of the fiery creations are produced on the Kidrobot Fatcap platform and commissioned by a Canadian collector.

The "Burner" is taken from the graffiti term to describe a well-done and elaborate piece. Using this idea, Wong takes the Fatcap vinyl and illustratively sets it ablaze against a backdrop of a city. Similar to the way the South Bronx burned in the 1970s.

The 6" version of the "Burner" Fatcap is complemented by an accessory gas can with the character's name and "danger" written along the side.

Based on an original design by Wong, "Burner" is the fourth 6" Fatcap produced after creating pieces with themes of freezing, paint mixing, and corrosion.

About Patrick Wong:

Patrick Wong is an artist and illustrator based in Vancouver, Canada. He has been recognized by Applied Arts Magazine, American illustration, Society of illustrators Los Angeles, and Creative Quarterly for his work. Patrick received his BFA in Visual Art (Illustration) from Emily Carr University of Art + Design and began his career as a commercial artist with clients such as The Washington Post, The Sunday Times, and the March of Dimes Foundation. For more information, please visit