The VSOG Gold Czee X Quiccs Canbot Saturday, February 13th, at 2:30 pm EST ! ! !
The VSOG Gold Czee X Quiccs Canbot
Get ready... Czee13 takes on the Quiccs Lil Qwiky design in the ULTIMATE CROSSOVER, and is the most luxurious colorway of the Canbot yet created!
Standing at 5.5” with its trademark rattle, the VSOG Gold features Czee13’s trademark OG pattern perfectly wrapped and merged into Quiccs Lil Qwiky design.
Printed in metallic paints, the detailing on this Canbot is gorgeous, and is truly a work of art. There will only ever be two colorways of this design made, and it is guaranteed to be the highlight of your collection!
The VSOG Gold is a NTWRK exclusive of 300 pieces, dropping Saturday, February 13th at 2:30pm (est).
Priced at $85.
Czee13 is a UK based Street Artist, Illustrator, and Toy Designer, best known for his process-based artwork. As the creation spawns its detritus, so the castaways become the new object of his imagination. Czee’s personal mythology of paint splatter, rust, and grime, has lead to his most notable creation, the Canbot.
Quiccs Maiquez (QUICCS), an Illustrator, Toy Designer, and a Graffiti artist, has his deeply rooted style in his love for the Japanese Robot Culture and Hip-hop Influences since his childhood days.
He has launched a line of his original and custom designer toys under the brand Hidden Fortress and continues to create them as an independent toy producer since 2012. He has also collaborated with Designer Toy producers from around the world such as Flabslab from Singapore, Kidrobot, and Devil Toys from Hong Kong to come up with Resin, Vinyl, and Action Figures based on his original characters such as "The Ghost of Kurosawa", "Sharko & Remi", and his flagship character, "TEQ63".
Clutter has worked with Quiccs on the line of Lil Qwiky Canbots produced with Czee13 and the Designer Toy Awards Dunny Series.
Quiccs currently co-owns the commercial design firm Burnwater Design Studios. He also represents the international Graffiti crews "Zinc Nite Crew", "Three Flare Krew", and the Filipino local artist collective "Pilipinas Street Plan".