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Rudemole: C.I. Boys X DGPH Molestown ~2.2″ Mini-Figure Series

Rudemole: C.I. Boys X DGPH Molestown ~2.2″ Mini-Figure Series

Rudemole: C.I. Boys X DGPH Molestown ~2.2

  • A crossover designer art toy series between Argentine design team DGPH and Red Magic’s CI Boys
  • Sporting a variety of outfits that range from earthen acorns and fruit flavored bling to the most zenlike of pachyderms
  • There are 11 figures available: Annibal, Badmole, Buddha, Hugo, Jefetopo, Rudemole, Snow Mole, Srimole, Whaly, Mystery (Blue), Mystery (Green)
  • Limited quantity popular Asian art toys. Highly stylish and has very great collectible value. Cute enough for girls, yet cool enough for boys.
  • Each figure is about 2.2″ tall. NOTE: Due to the unique design of each figure, the actual size of the figure you receive may be slightly bigger or smaller than stated.

The C.I. Boys X DGPH Molestown figures are the true voice of the underground. The Molestown underground, that is. Sporting a variety of outfits that range from earthen acorns and fruit flavored bling to the most zenlike of pachyderms, the Molestown C.I. Boys are on a quest to free your mind, so your toys will follow. These figures are definitely a welcome addition to the ongoing C.I. boys series. Molestown is an ongoing project of Argentine design crew — DGPH. The South American collective has

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