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The Kidirobot Dunny Designer Toy

What is a Dunny  

The Dunny is a  3, 8 or 20-inch vinyl figure based on the shape of a rabbit with very distinctive tubular ears and was create by Paul Budnitz and Tristan Eaton and produced by Kidrobot in 2004.

The Dunny is a “blank” figure which Kidirobot send out to renowned artists and designers to “decorate” or “style” it to their taste, thereby creating a unique and original product, some artist have even produced Dunnys’ as tall as 4 feet

The name is a cross between street slang and one of the early prototypes, a “Devil Bunny”. The articulation is very basic with a 360-degree turning head and articulated arms. Some also come with accessories depending on the theme.

They are usually sold as blind boxes or bags, which means you don’t know which figure you will get inside the packaging. They are generally sold separately or in cases of 18-24.

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Kidirobot generally release one main series of figures with some Special Edition Dunnys sold separately or a very Limited Editions.

To ensure they remain in mint condition, most of them are packaged inside a clear plastic bag in addition to the foil wrapper.

Blank Dunnys’ are also available for to buy and many artists have used these to create their own one off unique works of art that have sometimes gone on to be sold for $1000’s. 

These are the main 3" Series released to date.

Series 1 - 2004

Series 2 - 2005

Series 3 - 2006

Series 4 - 2007

Series 5 - September 2008

For 2009 series Kidrobot switched from a numbered series to a yearly series.

Dunny 2009 (Series 6) - 2009

Dunny 2010 (Series 7) - 2010

Dunny 2011 (Series 8) - 2011

Dunny 2012 (Series 9) - 2012

Dunny 2013 (Series 10) - also known as "Side Show", 2013

Dunny 2014 (Series 11) - also known as "Art of War", 2014

Artist & Other Series

Special Series

LA Series - 2006

Azteca Series - 2007

Colette Series - 2007

Tattoo Series - 2007

French Series - 2008

Ye Olde English Dunny - 2009

Endangered Species - 2009

Dunny Fatale - 2010

2Tone Dunny - 2010

Azteca Series 2 - 2011

Apocalypse - 2012

Dunny Evolved - 2013

Artist Series

2 Face Series 1 - David Horvath, 2004

Dalek Series - Dalek, 2004

2 Face Series 2 - David Horvath, 2005

Gold Life - Huck Gee, 2011

Post Apocalypse - Huck Gee, 2013

Mardivale - Andrew Bell/Scribe, 2014

The 13 - Brandt Peters, 2015 Artists Series which entails a mix of artists “painting” their own designs onto the blank Dunnys.

Here are images of most of the Dunnys up to 2011 courtesy of Kidirobot. 

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