Beautiful Vinyl Figures, noop and nism

Executing another exhibition style piece in vinyl, Coarse brings their latest figure series, “Casting Shadows” to light. It includes an original sculpture of Coarse character, noop, huddled and his new shellbound pet, nism. noop clings to a fabric kite reminiscent of a long time friend, paw!, which soars above casting his shadow onto the two characters. We’re not much for vinyl figures here but this is really beautiful. We just had to share it with you guys. Hit the jump for the full story.

“Haunted by the memories of a lost friendship, noop struggles to continue lost and helpless. His new companion, nism puts on his best face to try and cheer up noop but his efforts are futile. The sun comes out and eclipses the hovering paw! kite, casting them into total blackness. A mystical moment, that could uplift the two beings from their loneliness but how will they interpret this strange happening?”

Slide open the heavy hand crafted cardboard box by pulling at the woven ‘noop’ and ‘nism’ tags. Uncover the box contents — two vinyl figures, the longing nism [4”] and huddled noop [7”]. Set up the fabric paw! kite, and let the noop hold the string tight in his hand. The paw! kite will float high in the sky [14”], casting his shadow onto the two torn friends. A set of c-o-a-r-s-e typographic leaves complete this scenery, full of desperation.

casting shadows
loser — hkg edition
[limited to 200 pcs]

HK$ 2488

Price includes global airmail shipping
On sale May 3, 2011 — exclusively at www.coarsehkg.com

Designer: Coarse

6 Comments

  • Jimmy C says:

    So basically it's a gothic plush toy? I don't think so. EVER.

  • Jimmy C says:

    So basically it's a gothic plush toy? I don't think so. EVER.

  • Eddd222 says:

    Does it come with a vinyl knife for self mutilation?

  • Eddd222 says:

    Does it come with a vinyl knife for self mutilation?

  • John says:

    Firstly plush does not apply to vinyl sculptures, only to soft items. Secondly there is very little that could be considered “Gothic” about it, despite how you might choose to miss use the word, you will find it difficult to define anything created by Coarse as “Gothic”
    Thirdly, ever.

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