Hot Toys continues to collaborate with different talented artists and designers to bring in more diversity to fans and collectors. Join force with Kennyswork, Hot Toys is very delighted to officially present today the beautifully designed Molly (Harley Quinn Disguise) Artist Mix Figure Designed by Kenny Wong!
Molly is embodying a confident, independent, and courageous everygirl who has become the signature creation of Kenny Wong, the graphic designer and illustrator from Hong Kong.
This Artist Mix Figure stands approximately 23cm tall and specially features the adorable girl character “Molly” dressing in Harley Quinn’s iconic black and red jumpsuit sitting on the Jack-in-the-box with a mallet. Kennyswork’s distinctive art style has been combined to a great effect with the movie character’s design and brings a truly unique art style!
Available only in selected markets. This unique Molly (Harley Quinn Disguise) Artist Mix Figure will be nice additional for any stylized artistic figures collectible fans out there!
Hot Toys Molly (Harley Quinn Disguise) Artist Mix Figure Designed by Kenny Wong’s special features:
– Hong Kong graphic designer and illustrator Kenny Wong’s distinctive art style mixes with the design of Harley Quinn with her mallet from DC Comics
– Approximately 23cm tall / 9 inches
– Vibrant color painting application
– Non-articulated Figure
Release date: Approximately Q3 – Q4, 2018
**Concept art shown, final product may be slightly different
**Product details can subject to change without further notice
BATMAN and all related characters and elements © & ™ DC Comics. (s18)
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*More about Kennyswork:
Kenny Wong, founder the Kennyswork, Director of the Brothersfree and vice chairman of the Hong Kong Society of illustrators. His highlight works including his brands – “Molly the Painter” and “Copperhead-18”. They did crossover with well-known brands successfully, which includes “Copperhead-18” x Levis tee and jeans etc. US Disneyland delegated Mickey Mouse to Kenny for a “Mickey Designer Series” making him became the first authorized designer in HK.
Kenny’s personal works was exhibited in HK Arts Centre, HKU Museum and HK Visual Arts Centre ， Beijing Sanitun，Tainan Kun Shan University and Seoul National University of Technology, and now, Kenny is focusing on his license and design works.