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Art Sep 24, 2010

Original Fake KAWS TWEETY Toys and T-Shirts

With the release only a day away, we take another look at the Original Fake Tweety toy by Kaws and also the matching t-shirts. The toy will release in a yellow and a black colorway, with the black one being … Read more
Toys Sep 21, 2010

Original Fake KAWS Tweety Toys – Another Look

Today Medicom officially announced the release of the Original Fake KAWS Tweety figures, coming in two colorways. The toys will drop on September 25th at Original Fake in Tokyo and hopefully also at other retailers. Take a closer look after… Read more
Toys Sep 19, 2010

Original Fake KAWS Tweety Toy

Today we get a first good look at the upcoming Tweety toy by New York artist Kaws under his Original Fake label. The toy will be released soon in black and in the original colorway, of course featuring the usual … Read more
Toys Jul 1, 2010

Kaws x Medicom Tweety Toy

It seems like Kaws has not only been working with Disney on his upcoming Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket toys, but also with Looney Tunes on a Tweety version. Here is a first look from his recent museum exhibition opening. More … Read more
Gadgets Jan 29, 2008

Tweety x G-Shock

G-Shock has heavily entered the collaboration game this past year. Continuing the Tweety celebrations, after the Ubiq and Atmos collaborations, comes now the Tweety G-Shock watch. The watch comes in all white with the character appearing on… Read more
Uncategorized Jan 16, 2008

Atmos x Tweety x Porter

After presenting to you today the Ubiq EL x Tweety collaboration sneakers, we present you today the Atmos x Tweety x Porter collaboration. The collaboration consists of a waist bag, Boston bag and a wallet. All three pieces come in … Read more
Sneakers Jan 15, 2008

Ubiq EL x Tweety

Just yesterday we presented to you the Ubiq x Hello Kitty collaboration, today we have the Ubiq EL x Tweety collab for you. They offer two colorways, both with metallic affects and lots of details. Tweety appears on the tongue … Read more
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