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Examples of "kidrobot"
Kidrobot is headquartered on Pearl Street in Downtown Boulder, Colorado. Kidrobot has a commercial direct to consumer website, as well operating retail stores in San Francisco and Las Vegas. Their SoHo, Los Angeles and Boulder retail locations closed in 2014. A selection of Kidrobot figures are carried by Urban Outfitters and Barnes & Noble, both online and in its retail stores across the U.S.
Kidrobot is a producer and retailer of designer toys, vinyl art toys and collectibles founded in 2002 by Paul Budnitz, specializing in artist-created toys and imports from Japan, Hong Kong, and Europe. Kidrobot also makes "Kidrobot Mascots", which are figures of their main logo. These figures are usually nicknamed KR (Kidrobot's common nickname) and the number of the Mascot. For example, the first Mascot was KR1. Some figures also have names; for example, KR1 was called Brooklyn. In August 2008, Kidrobot collaborated with jewelry designer, Tarina Tarantino, to launch a limited edition jewelry line, kidrobot by Tarina Tarantino.
Budnitz is the founder of Kidrobot, Ello and Budnitz Bicycles.
A Munny (pronounced ) is a toy from the American company Kidrobot.
The toy models of the characters that appear at the beginning and end of each show were made by Kidrobot.
Kidrobot (WildBrain subsidiary) was the first to hit shelves with apparel and collectible merchandise.
KidRobot released a series of merchandise based on "Pure Trance", including clothing and vinyl figures.
In addition to toys and dolls, Kidrobot produces apparel, particularly screen-printed t-shirts and hoodies featuring Kidrobot characters. The new clothing line for women and men comes in funky bright and colorful colors combined with artistic never before seen characters.
In November 2014, National Entertainment Collectibles Association Inc. (NECA) acquired Boulder-based art toy company Kidrobot. Terms were not disclosed. Artist-driven Kidrobot remains headquartered in Boulder, CO. Frank Kozik, the famed concert-poster artist and creator of Kid robot's Labbit vinyl toy products, joined the company as creative director in 2014.
In 2003, he became a partner involved in the popular clothing company Kidrobot, a creator and retailer of limited-edition art toys and clothing.
Kidrobot relocated to Boulder from New York in 2010. The company has since closed its retail stores in Boulder, New York, London, and Los Angeles. Paul Budnitz, who created the toys in his garage in 2002, no longer works at Kidrobot.
A subsidiary, Kidrobot, creates limited edition toys, clothing, artwork, and books. It has stores in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Miami.
In 2015, Huck revealed that he has severed ties with KidRobot and has his own toy platform in production called The Blank.
A Dunny is a type of vinyl designer toy created by Paul Budnitz and Tristan Eaton, and produced by Kidrobot since 2004.
As a sculptor, Stoten has made maquettes for the animation film industry whilst also sculpting a range of Gorillaz figures for the designer toy company Kidrobot.
In 2009, Kang and Kodos were also made into 6" collectible vinyl art toys by Kidrobot x The Simpsons. Kang was sculpted salivating and included an accessory book "How to Cook for Forty Humans". Kodos was the chase figure in the release, and the accessory included was a space gun. Both will be released again by Kidrobot x The Simpsons for The Treehouse of Horrors 3" Blind Box release along with 10 other characters from the Treehouse series on September 2013.
Sket’s career moved forward with his inclusion in the first series of Dunny blind-boxed mini-figures in 2004, produced by at the time little known Kidrobot. Sket made and continues to make the most of the newfound exposure by designing figures for several designer vinyl companies including Kidrobot, Red Magic, Kaching Brands, Solid Industries, and 3D Retro. Collectors became familiar with Sket’s art through his toys.
On September 9, 2008, "Variety" reported a film based on the toy merchandise is in development. It would have been produced by Nickelodeon Movies and W!LDBRAIN Entertainment, while it would have distributed by Paramount Pictures. As of 2015, no film has ever been released based on the toy line, however, Kidrobot announced on April 17, 2015 that MGM has acquired the film rights to Kidrobot on their blog.
In June 2015, Kidrobot announced the launch of a plush line, named Phunny with an array of Gremlins characters including Gizmo, Stripe, and Mohawk. and in September a range of face masks.
YO GABBA GABBA! apparel, accessories, books, electronics, games, home décor and toys are available at retail through top licensees, including Kidrobot, Spin Master, Ltd., Simon & Schuster, Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment, Nickelodeon/Sony BMG and others.