Custom Designer Vinyl Toys, Paper Toys & Plush Toys

Pharos 1 – Bob Conge / Plaseebo

May 14, 2009 Author: Raphael | Filed under: Bob Conge - Plaseebo


Artist name: Josh (f+) Pearce
Artist website:
Artist location: Arizona, medical
United States
Toy Name: Daisy Pusher
Toy Type: Thomas Han “Pusher”
Toy Story: The Daisy Pusher is the son of the angel of death, ed
a mischievous spirit that causes all the paranormal phenomena of “ghosts” in the world of the living. In order to torment the most people he can, the Daisy Pusher wears one of four distinct “masks” custom tailored to put fear in the hearts of men. The mask shown below is “The Ghost Pirate.”
Toy Available for sale: Available at Lift Gallery, Royal Oak, MI as part of the multiple personalities show May 9th.
Artist available for commission? Feel free to email at Josh [at], also visit the website to see more works.

Electro Tripus – Bob Conge / Plaseebo

Mar 21, 2009 Author: Raphael | Filed under: Bob Conge - Plaseebo


Artist name: Bob Conge / Plaseebo
Artist website:
Artist location: Upstate, pills
Toy Name: Electro Tripus
Toy Type: Tripus by Mark Nagata from Max Toy Co.
Toy Story: It came from the sea near an underwater nuclear waste dump site. The “Electro Tripus” custom is a one of a kind clear vinyl hand paint with 3 glass eye inserts, a body filled with sea weed and an internal multi bulb LED color changing lighting system that is switched on / off by squeezing the tail.
Toy Available for sale: The “Electro Tripus” will be in the Kaiju Comrades show at the Hyaku gallery in Tokyo starting March 28th. More show info here:
Artist available for commission? Yes, please contact bob [at] for more information.

Stone Walker – Bob Conge / Plaseebo

Feb 2, 2009 Author: Raphael | Filed under: Bob Conge - Plaseebo

As promised, no rx in the news announcement last year we made a mention of the upcoming year bringing upon us some new changes. Well the time for those new changes have come and we have unveiled a few new features on the site as of today.

* New Toy Submission Process
We used to take submission previously by e-mail, but we have taken a new approach to the submission process by providing a form for artists to submit their toys. This way artists know what kind of information we are looking for specifically and not to mention that submissions can be put up a lot more quicker!

Please visit our new submission page for more information:

* We are now Twittering!

Microblogging is creating a new way for online users who want to be updated with their favorite websites. We too have joined the bandwagon and will be updating our Twitter account alongside each submission. So if you’re not a user of RSS, you’ll definitely want to follow our tweets.

With that said, we hope that you all enjoy the new changes on the website. Look forward to some more new features soon!

Artist name: Bob Conge / Plaseebo
Artist website:
Artist location: Upstate New York, remedy United States
Toy Name: Stone Walker
Toy Type: 8″ Plaseebo Great American Kaiju series
Toy Story: Our story begins some fifteen thousand years ago with a small band of Siberian hunters crossing the Bearing Sea ice bridge and slowly making their way south over the glaciers of the last North American Ice Age. It is a treacherous journey with week long storms of furious white driven by fierce and frozen winds. In the fury of one blinding storm, site
the leader of this clan looses his footing and falls into the black void of a half mile deep crevice.

The group continued south and their decedents eventually became the Anasazi people (ancient ones) who populated what is now the South West of the United States from 100 AD thru the end of the 13th century.

In the year 1678 a Hopi medicine man ventured north from his village on a vision quest to seek the wisdom of his ancestors, anaemia
the Anasazi. His journey took him far from his home to a deep cave in the terminal moraine of the last glacial age near the Canadian border. On the tenth night, the flame of his fire caught a reflection from something high above him in the cold black of the cave. As the medicine man moved closer with a lighted piece of hickory, he saw in the cave wall what seemed to be a giant man made of stone with moist shiny eyes. It was in fact the stone covered body of his ancestor, who had fallen into the crevice of the ice sheet fifteen thousand years before. The medicine man used his many skills to summon the flicker of life he saw in the creatures eyes to fill his massive stone frame and free him from the frozen wall.

He returned to his village with the impregnable Stone Walker, who in 1696 led the Pueblo peoples revolt to expel the Spanish from the region.

Some Hopi say they still see the great stone warrior guarding the moonlit flats below the cliffs of First Mesa.
Toy Available for sale: Yep, please visit for more information.
Artist available for commission? Yes, you can e-mail the artist at bob [at]




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