Following the success of Kidrobot's Dunny, the Bunny-esque doll that's been made over by some 60 artists (with a 3rd edition in the works), this coming November 3rd will launch Munny, the first DIY soft vinyl toy. A tabula rasa surface primes the 7" monkey-slash-alien figure for coloring, dressing, or otherwise customizing. Each doll, available in white, black, or glow-in-the-dark, comes with four mystery accessories, a surprise coloring book, and a "hello my name is" sticker. Designed by man-of-many-talents and Kidrobot founder Paul Budnitz with his longtime collaborator, artist Tristan Eaton, Dunny continues the Kidrobot tradition of reinventing toys for this millenium.
The Munny will be available at all Kidrobot stores, on their website, and at other select stores, ranging from about $25-30.