Little Inky (Brown) 8" Dunny by David Horvath [2004] | KIDROBOT DUNNY
Little Inky (Brown) 8" Dunny by David Horvath [2004] | KIDROBOT DUNNY
Little Inky (Brown) 8" Dunny by David Horvath [2004] | KIDROBOT DUNNY
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Little Inky (Brown) 8" Dunny by David Horvath [2004] | KIDROBOT DUNNY
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Little Inky (Brown) 8" Dunny by David Horvath [2004] | KIDROBOT DUNNY

Little Inky (Brown) 8" Dunny by David Horvath [2004]

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KIDROBOT DUNNY
Regular price
$250
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$250
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Kidrobot Dunny 8" Little Inky: Brown [2004]
Artist: David Horvath
Rarity: 500 produced. One of the first 8" Dunnys.

8 inches tall. Brand new, never removed from box. There is light fading on the top label on the box.

A Dunny is a type of vinyl designer art toy created by Paul Budnitz and Tristan Eaton, and produced by Kidrobot since 2004. The art toy is based on a rabbit figure with distinctive tubular ears. The origin of the name Dunny came from a combination of street slang and one of the early "Devil Bunny" prototypes. The Dunny is sold in 3-, 5-, 8- and 20-inch scales, and has three points of articulation; a 360-degree rotational head and two arms. Since 2004, Kidrobot has been producing limited edition series, which were sold in blind boxes, meaning that each figure had a rarity that couldn’t be known until the box was opened.

Cult is offering its selection of older rare 8" Dunnys. If you are interested about the accessories or other parts associated with the figure, please email us. Look at the picture to be sure of the condition, which is also noted above.