Nasty Noggins Cotton Candy Edition soft vinyl figures by Vincent Scala & David DeGrand Available Now ! ! !
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David DeGrand and Vincent Scala are two professional cartoonists whose work has been featured in MAD Magazine, SpongeBob Comics, Mattel, Disney, MTV, and Nickelodeon. Their art has also graced the screen in animation. A mutual love of toys and drippy, oozing monsters is what brought them together. Inspired by their love of 80’s and 90’s toys in the vein of Madballs and Garbage Pail Kids, Nasty Noggins was born.
After an incredible response to the toys/art, they decided to take this project a step further. Nasty Noggins as a soft vinyl toy line features two designs from each artist, with vinyl pulled in the USA by Mile High Sofubi!
- Each Noggin is approx 4.5 to 5" tall
- made of sofubi-style soft vinyl in the USA
- pick individual characters or the full set of 4
- NO PAINT, each noggin features marbled vinyl in 3 colors
- each figure is completely unique due to the 3-color marbling process
- only 10 pieces made of each Noggin in our exclusive Cotton Candy marbled vinyl
Cotton Candy is a Tenacious Toys exclusive colorway of Nasty Noggins, made in the SAME factory that produced the Tenacious Danger Dogs in the Cotton Candy colors!
She is a tough southern girl. A scarlet begonia in her hair, she is the essence of your classic housewife with her string of pearls. As we see more of her we realize she has some hidden secrets. (design by Vincent Scala)
Tough as nails apocalypse warrior that took his noggin protection a little too far. He welded his steel mask on years ago and doesn’t plan on taking it off anytime soon. (design by David DeGrand)
Your typical skateboarder. Broken bones are for the weak. He's not scared of falling, just scared of never skating again! He may have had too much fun before he skated anyway. (design by Vincent Scala)
A nasty neighbor with an even nastier head of hair, local children still aren’t sure if she’s a living corpse or just needs a trip to the salon. Either way, it’s best to avoid her house! (design by David DeGrand)