This is a special commissioned work made for a good friend Reese, the artist behind Artifex Kindred & twigling.com
When Reese discovered Obskure-Death-Is-Punk, she was impacted contrast of the frontal strength of the skull face behind the hood with the feminine curves visible from behind.
She envisioned it as the concept of a feminist punk rock wraith to give even more power to this sculpture, who apart from her obvious nod to Lizbeth Salander, already oozes of equal parts memento mori and the Witch King’s famous last words: No man can kill me
She is of course Death-Is-Punk #13 out of the edition of 25.
The Feminazgûl logo is a modification of the original by designer Annan Åkerman to mesh with the styling of Obskure-Death-Is-Punk.
Hand crafted resin Toy.
Death Is Punk #13 converted in One of a Kind Piece
1/10th scale 170mm 6.70 inches
Resin, Acrylics, plastic & metal parts
3D printed face & hollowed ribs
When Mr. Thmpsn contacted me for a new commissioned toy inspired on a nice tattoo by the amazing Quyen Dinh, my first answer was.. "can it be a girl? Suicide girls look great in boxer shorts" And the answer was no. Well, in fact he just persuaded me to go male this time... So here it is: this is my first male character.
All Pain & No Gain
Hand crafted resin Toy, faux leather, fabric, plastic, acrylics.
Boxed into a black & gold box.
250mm 9,9 inches.
Series of 10 signed units: 2 commissioned pieces (#1 and #2) and 8 pieces open to public (#3 to #10).
Available at the SomeStrangeThings Store.
Mo for MOONSCAPE is an alien toy designed for the deep space exploration at remote moons and worlds, and all her characteristics are perfect for that: her magnetic boots give her stability and good weight compensation, meanwhile her tail, serpent shape and false eyes allows her to camouflage with local population. A complete care system is integrated inside and includes a sexy exhaust pipe. And it's really fashionable. Ready to discover new worlds.
Mo for MOONSCAPE is a commissioned design for the MOONSCAPE company at Lucca, Italy. They wanted a toy easy to build and print but at the same time sophisticated and cool for their 3D Modelling and 3D Printing course.
Designed by SomeStrangeThings, modelled by Max Bortolin from MOONSCAPE
© SomeStrangeThings 2017