LEGO x Super7 Concept Prototypes by Devilboy

Exclusively revealed on leading art toy blog Toys R Evil last week, Saddest Devil creator Toby Dutkiewicz, aka Devilboy, has been working on a concept toy line that melds the accessibility of Lego with the style and flare of Super7’s renowned kaiju toys. Created alongside Super7 artist and designer Brian Flynn (who supplied both the original vinyl toys and hand cast resin Lego heads), the Lego re-interpretations feature four of the company’s strongest designs- Mummy Boy, Zombie Fighter, Rose Vampire DX and Doku Duo.

Dutkiewicz, who works for Lego in between running a record label and designing art toys, has recently pitched the concept to the construction toy giants, so we live in hope that the art toy scene’s ultimate crossover will come to fruition some day. Check Toys R Evil for more info and pictures on the project.

(Dutkiewicz spread for Lego magazine. A close look at the flyers in the background reveals a number of Super7 references including their first blind box toy line, Ghostland!)


(photos- toysrevil)

Published by Niall Anderson

Owner of ShinGangu, a UK boutique toy brand specialising in self-produced Japanese soft and keshi toys...

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