+ Saturday January 25th, 2020

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Andrew Bell, the artist behind Dead Zebra studios who make the extremely popular line of Android Mini vinyl figures, has announced that he will be following up the Red/Blue Christmas ornaments he produced last year with a Green coloured one, which will go on-sale on Monday (US time) and at the same time has teased an upcoming 5th series of his popular Android Mini series.

The ornaments will go on-sale in the Dead Zebra store on Monday at 11am EST (Tuesday, 16 December 2014 at 3:00:00 AM AEDT), with a second batch going on-sale 12 hours later at 11pm EST (Tuesday, 16 December 2014 at 3:00:00 PM AEDT). The Green ornament will cost US$10 each, or US$20 for two, or if you purchase in bulk you can grab a 5-pack for US$45 or 10 pack for US$90. Shipping will be extra on top and from previous sales can be a little expensive, but worth it for these finely crafted minis.

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The Android Mini Series has been immensely popular with Android collectors around the world and series 5 is coming in 2015. The fifth series has been teased in the same post, with Sk8 Cop from artist Gary Ham, the first mini to be teased from the series.
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We’d normally have a new series of Android Minis by this time, however production delays have held up the release, but Andrew believes the new minis should be available online and in retailers by the end of January 2015. Also shown off were two more minis from aritst Jon Paul Kaiser, who has created Sturnbrau, as well as an straight orange coloured mini for the series :
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As usual the new series will feature artwork from a number of artists, including Andrew Bell himeself, Devilrobots, Gary Ham, Jon Paul Kaiser, Kong Andri, Lunabee, Reactor 88 and Scott Tolleson! Google too has pitched in with some artwork for the series, and in the lead up to the launch, we’ll see more teases, and we’ll show them off here, as well as let you know when and where you can get your hands on series 5.

Source: Dead Zebra.
Thanks: Jeni Skunk.

Daniel Tyson  

Daniel Tyson

Daniel is a former editor of Ausdroid, and left in February 2019.

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