Andy is just dandy! As a pop artist, a short-lived MTV show host, and director of such films as Andy Warhol's Dracula, this artist turned the world of art on its head. And speaking of heads, Andy Warhol dons the artist's signature wig and black outfit. What better way to embrace art than through the artist or in this case, a figure representing the artist? As an added bonus, Andy carries a trademark can of soup.
He was living the surreal life before it was cool! Artist Salvador Dali is here, ready to brighten up your home or office with his striking gaze and familiar moustache.
Who says facial hair is just for men? A striking artist who led an amazing life, Frida is replicated here. With her dress, unique eyebrow, and stylized design, this character represents everything Frida Kahlo lived for-- except her art, her love, and anything other than how she looked. In other words, this figure represents the artist's unique appearance as many remember her.
He's got something to say-- can you lend him your ear? Van Gogh created some amazing works of art, and this figure is sure to remind you of his finest works. Sure to brighten an already bright and starry night, this mini figure features the artist's orange facial hair, paint brush, and jacket.
Can't afford one of Pablo Picasso's paintings? Settle for this Picasso toy instead. This one features Picasso with an unsatisfied look, dressed in a black and white shirt, blue shorts, and flip-flops.
Nearly 20 years ago, Lord Crumwell vanished from the face of the Earth. Soon after, his estate was mysteriously burned to the ground. Thus began one of the great mysteries of our time. The fire revealed a secret chamber beneath the East Wing of Crumwell Manor. Found therein, were dozens of hand-written volumes entitled, "On The True Nature of History." The shelves were lined with hundreds of tiny figurines. Above them was a plaque that read, "Oddfellows."