August 23, 2016 Slideshows » Arts & Entertainment

Plaseebo 

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Bob Conge's collectible art toy company, Plaseebo, offers one of a kind, playful "Misfits."
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"War Masquerades as Innocence," a hand-cast resin sculpture by Bob Conge.
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For Plaseebo's 10th anniversary, Conge created "Mummy #5."
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Plaseebo's 10th anniversary "Mummy #5," as seen with LED lights activated.
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Plaseebo's "Electric Ammonaito."
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Plaseebo's "CATerpillar," a one-of-a kind vinyl mash-up of the Kaiju Coup Warui Neko cat head on a Yamomark caterpillar body.
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The "CATerpillar" has yellow swirled glass eyes and translucent hand cast resin teeth that really come to live when the internal color-changing LED unit is motion activated.
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The "Got Milk? Night Gamer” is a one of a kind, hand-painted vinyl mash-up of a Plaseebo Night Gamer head on Bob Dob’s “Luey” body with red glass eye inserts and an internal motion activated color-changing LED unit.
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Another view of Plaseebo's "Got Milk? Night Gamer” shows off his little demon tail.
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Plaseebo's “Incognito Atomic Woebegone Masquerading As A Night Gamer.”
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Part mouse, part machine. Behold: Plaseebo's “Mickeybaby Misfit.”
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Plaseebo's “Octoozeball” is a one-of-a-kind custom combo of the vinyl Tru:Tek Oozeball and the Plaseebo resin Octo-base, and is hand-painted with Monster Kolor sprays.
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Switch off the lights, switch on the color-changing LED unit that illuminates the Oozeball from within, creating a molten lava effect.
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Another view of Plaseebo's "Got Milk? Night Gamer” shows off his little demon tail.

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