We’re thrilled to announce our next exclusive hobbyDB Digital Collectible and we think you’ll find it quite photogenic. Our latest artistic collaboration brings us into the world of Toy Photography and a stylish new collection from photographer Jared Middleton, better known as Sirdork. The series entitled the “Sirdork Collection” features 21 photo illustrations depicting Star […]
Exciting news Hard Rock Collectors, we’ve reached the 100,000 mark for Hard Rock Café collectibles added to hobbyDB! To celebrate the milestone we wanted to say thanks to the hobbyDB Pin Masters who have dedicated their time to building and maintaining the Hard Rock Café database of pins, shot glasses and lots more. As a […]
We’re handing over the keys to Larry Wood for our latest venture into the world of Digital Collectibles. The legendary Hot Wheels designer is sharing a never-before-seen collection exclusively via hobbyDB. And you can claim yours beginning today. “The Ones That Got Away” We’re thrilled to announce “The Ones That Got Away,” an exclusive […]
If there’s one name synonymous with Hot Wheels, it’s Larry Wood. Nicknamed “Mr. Hot Wheels,” Larry spent five decades with the company as Chief Designer and consultant, innovating such diecast classics as the ‘49 Merc, Ramblin’ Wrecker and the Boyd Coddington collector set. We’re thrilled to announce that Larry will unveil five of his never-before-seen designs entitled […]
Have you had a chance to meet Poppy & Chase? The duo is our fun way of introducing our new venture into the world of Digital Collectibles. We have gifted the first installment* of the comic strip “The Life of Poppy” to every user who had “liked” the Funko subject page on hobbyDB on Thursday […]
There’s no denying the sudden surge of NFTs and Cryptocurrency within the collectibles universe. But to be honest, we here at hobbyDB and our partner site Pop Price Guide weren’t quite exactly sure how to even pronounce NFT. And when we read that Crypto used up more energy last year than the entire country of […]
Larry Wood knows a thing or two when it comes to diecast vehicles. How else do you earn the nickname “Mr. Hot Wheels?” Larry began his impressive career as a designer with Hot Wheels in the late 60s. Not long after his first model, Tri Baby (1970) rolled off the production line. It proved to […]
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