The art world can be an intimidating place. With HIGHArt, Highsnobiety is aiming to break down the entry barrier and steer clear of the elitist mindset that is often associated with the art industry. The HIGHArt collection spotlights artists, brands, and institutions that transcend the art space with both classic and quirky creations spanning apparel, accessories, home goods, and collectibles. While some may think Mattel exclusively provides kids with engaging games and toys that allow them to explore the wonders of childhood, the toy manufacturer and entertainment company also serves as an elevated collector platform. The brand has long since offered limited edition figures and other collectibles that blend the worlds of toys, gaming, and popular culture like few can, appealing to children and adults alike. In partnership with artist, skater, and actor Evan Mock, the 1987 Toyota Pickup North Shore Edition draws from the collaborator’s Hawaiian roots. The 1:64 scale rendering is decked out with large rugged tires and comes with a flag and a surfboard sticking out the back, further solidifying the Hawaiian connection. Accompanied by a display platform and a specialized clear cover for supreme presentation and style, the truck arrives in custom collector’s packaging for the ultimate unboxing experience.
One size. 1:64 scale.
Zinc and plastic. 1:64 scale truck. Details include the logo from Evan Mock’s Sorry In Advance brand of apparel accessories, a surfboard, and a flag inspired by the Kanaka Maoli. Comes with a display platform and specialized clear clover for presentation and style. Includes certificate of authenticity. Custom packaging.
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