The Most Wanted Crew : Behind The Hype

Welcome to the blog spot for all things related to The Most Wanted Crew; An artist collective created by Tim Munz, Igor Ventura, and Manny Rivas, featuring some of the most sought after up and coming artists and customizers from around the globe. Feel free to check out our online shop for original artwork and customs from some of our many talented artists. Thank you for checking us out and we hope you come back often to see what's new in the world of The MW Crew.

Sunday, July 3, 2011


In celebration of his birthday my good buddy and fellow MW curator Tim, has put up a few new pieces over at the shop at insanely great prices! But, from what I hear, these prices may not last long, so if you see something you like don't take the risk and grab it while you still can! And keep checking the blog, the Kidrobot boards, and some of the usual places here and there around the 7th for something really amazing that's been in the works for the past few months. . .


SpongeBob is back in Dunny form! 
Using a 3" Dunny as a platform for this lovable sea dwelling creature,
add him to your collection before he irks his way back beneath the waves!


Bringing a little humor to the classic "Hello my name is" dunny,
Tim has played around with the order of the words to bring you this lovely little bastard. 
Display him next to your other Dunnys, or let em shine on his own, either way, you can't go wrong!

Part of the very popular '09 "Kitchen Project" by Tim Munz and Simon Walter that was featured on the Kidrobot boards, this little guy is now available for purchase. Act quick though cuz he's one of the last original pieces from this awesome project.


Doraemon, the happy time traveling cat is ready for a new home. 
No adoption papers needed, simply add him to your cart and wait for him to arrive.

Beware, tis the season, and the "Spring Monster" is on the hunt.
Still devouring his last meal, this vicious little bastard is meant to be observed from a far,
behind a glass case, away from any other Dunnys. . . Don't say I didn't warn you. . .

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