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Ali Six Toy Signing

Join us Sunday for a special in-store toy signing with Nikko Locander, aka Ali Six! His new vinyl figure Richie the Tanuki is a 5-inch tall blister-packaged vinyl art figure with interchangeable hands and a decidedly Chicago attitude and feel. ✌🏼🖕

You've seen Richie in murals and wheat pastes on the streets of Chicago, now take him home for $120.

If you've got a street/graffiti art fan in the fam this independently produced figure, with a signed blister card, would be a pretty nice gift, just saying.

Ali Six "Richie the Tanuki" Toy Signing
Sunday, December 11, 3-6pm

Rotofugi — 2780 N Lincoln Ave. — Chicago

About the Artist

"My name is Nikko Locander otherwise known as Ali Six. I am a multi medium artist born and raised in Humboldt Park Chicago. Since I was a child I ventured with my imagination to create cartoons, and in high school painting the streets of Chicago. After realizing there was more to art than just graffiti I combined what I learned through spray paint and my love of cartoons to create Richie the Raccoon. I use Richie to liven up the streets of Chicago and around the world with murals. Throughout my journey I have taught myself how to graphic design, create rugs, tattoo, wheat paste, spray paint, make toys, acrylic paint, and hand sculpt."

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December Exhibit: Sad & Horrible 2

Two years ago we were very much in the middle of pandemic-induced chaos and the Sad & Horrible Show seemed oddly perfect for the times...and though things are a little better now, we couldn't resist the urge to make things just a little more sadder & horribler....that's right, it's the Sad & Horrible Show 2 featuring all new works by Sad Salesman & Horrible Adorables!

The Sad & Horrible Show 2 — Sadder & Horribler
New Works by Sad Salesman & Horrible Adorables
December 10, 2022-January 8, 2023
Open Daily 10am-6pm

The exhibit will be open for viewing and sales beginning Saturday, December 10 at 10am and we will be holding a soft opening for fans to meet and chat with the Horrible Adorables...please check our social media for an announcement on the times when they will be at the gallery.

Can’t make it to the gallery? Sign up for our gallery previews email list at to get first chance at online purchasing of these new works!

The gallery is open for viewing at Rotofugi, 2780 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 10am-6pm daily, or view online at

About the Artists

Sad Salesman is New York-based artist Eric Althin…he believes there is a little sad salesman in everyone. He created a  tragic but tenacious fellow, who ended up becoming his mascot/logo/website. He has always been a character lover and for most of his life, a toy collector. As a kid it was He-man and Star Wars toys, then it became designer toys and sofubi. He started sculpting his own toy designs and fell in love with bringing new characters into the world to make your inner sad salesman smile :)

Horrible Adorables are the creations of Jordan Elise Perme and Christopher Lees, a wife and husband team from Cleveland. They met at the Cleveland Institute of Art where Jordan graduated with her BFA in Fiber & Material Studies, and Chris was pursuing training in fine arts after completing his BS in Mechanical Engineering.

Jordan and Chris bring their soft sculptures to life by meticulously arranging patterns of felt scales onto hand carved forms. The resulting characters have qualities that are booth cartoonish and eerily realistic at the same time. Horrible Adorables are strange hybrid creatures from a fantastical world. Their facial expressions and postures reveal recognizably human emotions as they interact with one another.

In addition to Horrible Adorables, Jordan also works as a freelance toy and textile designer. She has proudly worked for companies such as Little Tikes, Hasbro and Joann Fabrics.

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Flynamic Due Final Day In-Store & Lottery Details

Today (11/27) is the final day that Hebru Brantley's Flynamic Duo 2040 will be available for in-store if you want to grab Batboy & Sparrow, you've got until 6pm. $1200 — limit 1 set per customer/household. Batboy is 16" tall and his sidekick Sparrow is 13' tall, edition of 225.

If you can't make it to the store, remaining inventory will be sold via lottery and we are now accepting entries through 10am on Wednesday, November 30.

Enter here:

Rotofugi — 2780 N. Lincoln Ave. — Chicago
Open 10am-6pm Daily
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Black Friday — Flynamic Duo 2040 Edition Release

Join us this Friday for a special Black Friday release from Hebru Brantley! 🖤

The Flynamic Duo Set — 2040 Edition will be available in-store only at our Chicago location starting Friday, November 25 at 11am Central time for $1200 per set, limit one per customer or household.

Batboy is 16 inches tall and his sidekick Sparrow is 13 inches tall. Edition of 225 Sets.

Rotofugi — 2780 N. Lincoln Ave. — Chicago — Open 10am-6pm Daily

We will have 35 sets available. Any sets that are not sold by Monday, November 28 will be made available for online sales via lottery, please stay tuned.

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Sentrock Signing

Join us Saturday, November 19, 2-4pm for a special in-store signing with Chicago-based artist Sentrock!

We will have on hand our exclusive Hustler's Ambition — Chicago Edition figure produced by UVD Toys — this limited edition of 125 figures by Sentrock celebrates the hustle of the ubiquitous street food vendors found in Chicago and beyond.

Standing 8 inches tall, and a massive 10 inches long, Hustler's Ambition is a sizable chunk of vinyl art and is priced at $160.

Figures are available now — you can pre-purchase for pickup during the signing to guarantee one or if you've already purchased, just swing by with your figure to get it signed!

Rotofugi — 2780 N. Lincoln Ave. — Chicago

About the Artist

Joseph Perez, best known as “Sentrock” is a self taught street artist. Sentrock witnessed street art as a form of expression, birthing his interest to pick a spray can and continue his artistic voice. His early works were developed from graffiti writing in Mexican-American neighborhoods. Sentrock’s signature bird-mask over a human figure has become his most recognizable declaration.  Sentrock describes his bird-mask as analogous to humanity: a person who is able to find or escape to their freedom by placing them in a different reality. Through his work, he has become a catalyst for his community. His work presents undertones of hope, freedom and expression. His work encapsulates his background, history, upbringing, empathy, and compassion for his community.

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