SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure
SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure

SANK 'The Void: All Alone' (sea blue) Art Figure

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'The Void: All Alone' by Sank, 2020
Sank the Child; Sea Blue variant.
6 x 5 x 10.5 Inches (figure)
9.5 x 10 x 6 Inches (box)
Polyurethane Resin and Polystone designer art figure.
Limited Edition of 250 (#32/250)
Comes new in original printed box.
Also includes numbered COA card.

ARTIST BIO

Established in 2017 by artist Huiyang Guo, Sank Toys Limited is a high-end collectible brand, devoted to designing, developing and producing high quality collectibles .China-based Sank Toys was started with a simple core mission: “to create interesting and thought-provoking toys.” Sank Toys has several exclusive product series of original toys and figures. These include Sank the Child, Cube Creatures and Freak Kids.

ABOUT THE ART

Last year, Sank Toy presented “The VOID”, an all-new Sank designer toy which features a new pose dusted with a nice deep blue and all the markings of Sank's weathering to bring out the detail. One of the artist's most elegant pieces to date.  

Fast forward to the present day, Sank presents to you The Void: Sank the Child.  Look a little deeper and you’ll see Sank the Child with an alternative pose covering this head. In the time of need? Who knows, but we want Sank to continue this journey of his. We feel like we need to give Sank a big hug and tell him everything will be alright…..

"Have you heard those sounds?

They come surging from the other end of the network, crowded subways, and noisy markets. They are mixed with praise and criticism, and it is difficult to distinguish between true and false.

These voices turned into sharp knives, or brightly packaged sugar-coated shells, unconsciously slandering the listener."

– Sank