The Rift in the space-time continuum has closed but our universe will never be the same.
The Global Figure Symposium 2010 - the CROSSOVER - was a smashing success - old friends, new alliances, familiar figures and radical re-imaginings were all in evidence.
A super big thanks to Matt Doughty from Onell Design and Jesse Moore from Rawshark Studios for giving up half (way more than half) of their booth for the event as well as being deep in the mix.
Big UP to all the creators who participated:
Real x Head, Uamou, Skulltoys, PaulKaiju, Dead Presidents, MonstreHero, L'amour Supreme, Sucklord (and Vektar), The Tarantulas, Jesse DeStassio, Spy Monkey Creations, Brand Loyalty Toys, and everyone else who made the event what it was!
You can check out coverage from across the web.
"I think one of the most interesting events this year was the tiny booth that seemed to hold a small army of artist and toy makers". - Toybot Studios
"This one ranked at the top of the list for booths that I needed to check back in with. There was always something new and interesting...crossovers...small runs...handmade pieces. The Global Figure Symposium killed it again this year. " - Plastic & Plush
"I personally look at this with awe and interest, especially this concept of a show-within-a-show with a specific focus, to me is pretty well brilliant, IMHO. " - ToysREvil
"Bringing in all those artists, and having that crazy schedule of people come into the booth everyday with these crossovers. Thank you to datadub, thanks to Onell." - Ayleen, Toy Break
"Next time you're at Comic-con, you gotta get to the Onell booth, cause there are just so many great people, selling so many great things .. just awesome" - George, Toy Break
- Kaiju Chronicle