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Delta

DeltaINC

Single Figure

 

By Delta. These strange cubic characters are from the mind of graffiti artist Delta. Delta is a native of Amsterdam, where he bombs local spots with his unique style. His desire is to combine product design and achitecture with graffiti art. 2 inches, plastic. Created by Sony Creative Products.

 

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You can buy the whole set for $30.00 from Art Crimes http://www.artcrimes.com/

 

Or buy them individually from KidRobot

http://www.kidrobot.com/

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Guest meone

:eek: holy shit those toys are dope

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they look pretty fuckin weird.aside from the aesthetic (which isn't that good), they're useless.they look like lego.i like the idea of combining architecture and graf.i don't think i'd buy em.

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they are niceeeeee. kid robt sell some phat stuff.paul somethin or ever. anywho it usually costs a bomb so i dont bother but thats nice.

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why the fuck would u spend money on toys? unless your 8 years old. collectors, ok. got it. but just cause blahblah designed it? naw. does it talk, or shoot intruders , fly, cook do fuckin anything? hell naw. its square....and stands up. doing nothing. no thanks. do what u do though delta

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Being that Delta is by far my favorite writer, I had to have a set. Personally, I like them better without the legs. For the same reason someone above mentioned... they remind me of Legos. It took me about five minutes but I finally realized that the fifth pieces is the inc. trademark at the end of the piece. Sneeky...

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Guest WebsterUno

theyre pretty cool.

$30.00 aint bad either.

The Tokion toys were

going for around $400

dollars...not many

writers can afford that.

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i think theyre pretty dope.

 

the whole set for $30 is a good deal. its only $5 for shipping in the US.

 

plus ArtCrimes is a good cause. Ill probably buy a set when I get a spare $30, and Im also gonna buy some caps from fourthehardway when I get some spare change.

 

we all enjoy this site and artcrimes so we should help out. they dont ask much, and we get a good product in return.

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im not really feeling the blocks because of the lego feel but its dope that people from our community are going and getting bigger things out of it ya know?

 

joker...or anyone else for that matter....which one is the 5th piece you speak of representing the inc?

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Originally posted by Daze One Million

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joker...or anyone else for that matter....which one is the 5th piece you speak of representing the inc?

 

First photo, it's the block on the bottom right

Second photo, it's the block second from left

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Are the delta toys relly plastic...

 

or are they nylon like most the other graff toys?

 

how do they feel?

 

Just curious, no biggie

 

...

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Originally posted by BruceWayne

Are the delta toys relly plastic...

 

or are they nylon like most the other graff toys?

 

how do they feel?

 

Just curious, no biggie

 

...

 

they are nylon like most other graf toys. The legs are seperate--you plug them in. The whole thing does "fit together" to spell Delta INC, but it doesn't click into place--you just push the toys together. It only really works if you looking at it from below, as the letters wrap around to the bottoms

 

they are dope, though

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