Collectibles based on museum’s collection are available for pre-order.

License Global

November 24, 2021

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Art and collectibles company, Kidrobot, has extended its partnership with The Metropolitan Museum of Art with a second drop of the Dunny collectible line featuring the museum's permanent artwork collection wrapped around the notable figure.    

The new collection features 3-inch, 6-inch and 20-inch Dunnys featuring Claude Monet’s “Bouquet of Sunflowers,” Katsushika Hokusai’s “Great Wave,” Charles Demuth’s “I Saw the Figure 5 In Gold” and more. 

The Kidrobot collaboration is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s licensing program to celebrate its 150th anniversary. Pre-order the collection at


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