Friday, July 18, 2008

accidentally, DC, DISCONNECT. so i cant save my post and HAVE to redo, am lazy to write what i've wrote just now. but it's good also, (: i'll just get to my today's post POINT.

Bearbrick. yes! i am really DESPERATE ,ADDICTED, CRAZE, FREAK over Bearbrick since end of 2006. I guess everyone does right? dont tell me u dont like bearbrick huh? that's will be so wrong. LOLs, i do search about bearbrick atleast 3times per week. interested? dont ask me, search yourself.
[ google, wikipedia, vinyl-creep ]

okay, let's start..

Be@rbrick is a collectible toy designed and produced by MediCom Toy Incorporated. The name is derived from the fact that the figure is a cartoon-style representation of a bear, and that it is a variation of MediCom's Kubrick design. The at sign in the place of the letter a is a visual device that is a part of the Be@rbrick brand, and as such, a trademark of MediCom Toy.

The figure is an anthropomorphized bear with an extremely simplified form and a pot belly. Each plastic figure features nine parts (widely referred to as tools in the toy industry): head, hips, arms, hands, and legs. These nine tools allow eight points of articulation: swivel head, swivel waist, ball joint arms, swivel wrists, and ball joint legs.The first figure was released 27 May 2001 as a free gift to visitors of the World Character Convention 12. Since then Be@rbricks have been released in several different sizes using a variety of materials, including wood, felt, and glow-in-the-dark plastic.The standard size is seven centimeters high, and these figures are referred to as 100% Be@rbricks. Other Be@rbricks are named for their size relative to the standard: 50% are four centimeters high, 70% are five centimeters high, 400% are 28 centimeters high, and 1000% are 70 centimeters high.Some of the more expensive and sought after Bearbricks have been released in larger sizes such as 400% (8") figures. These are often released in extremely limited numbers. The 1000% (20") figures are released in even more limited numbers, and sometimes only one offs.
Be@rbricks differ from their predecessor Kubricks, in that each series includes 18 figures in 10 different themes, which are constant from series to series:

Basic , JellyBean , Animal , Cute , Flag , SF , Artist , Horror & Pattern.

They have 16series since 2001-2008. Dont give up, will be continue (:

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