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Icy Bunny from Husky Kevin!

This magical bunny from Husky Kingdom is known as the maker of the best tasting ice cream in all the land. This excitable rabbit needs to learn to control her emotions as she usually ends up hot in the ears, which ends up melting the ice cream she carries on her head. The Icy Bunny is not only cute, there’s a moral to her story. Yummy! Yummy! Take it easy!

Husky Kevin is also known for his own line of Husky x3 collectible figures and has collaborated with many different international brands. He has also recently worked with the Italian coffee house Lavazza to open the Husky Cafe in Taiwan.

Icy Bunny stands 7″ tall with a removable ice cream revealing her heart shaped ears and removable “bunny” slippers.  Limited edition of 500.

Suggested Retail $48




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VTN Carrot Shake Jake

This Punk Black and Pink Carrot Shake Jake is the only other colorway to Jake and was produced in a very small edition of 100.

Jake is designed by Gary Ham. This is Gary’s first vinyl figure standing at 6″ to the top of his ear. Jake comes in a fun designed box and has interchangeable ears so he can have two straight, two bent, or one of each! There is a short story about Jake on the back of the box.

Suggested Retail $45



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Carrot Shake Jake

Gary Ham’s first self-produced vinyl figure – Carrot Shake Jake. Carrot Shake Jake stands 6″ to the top of his ear, and comes with two sets of interchangeable ears (2 straight and 2 bent). Jake is a limited run of 500 and is housed in a fun designed box with a brief story about Jake on the back.

Jake is a unique rabbit.  He has giant teeth and tiny feet.  He flops when he hops and creates trenches when he walks.  His teeth are so big he can’t chew his carrots.  He drinks carrot shakes!

Suggested Retail $32



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