Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Got a Question for Mori?

Why open a  Real x Head U.S.A.website? Whats with all the Mohawks? When will the store go online??? Got  a burning question that you have always wanted to ask Mori Katsura the man behind Real x Head?

This Sunday we will have one our frequent site review meetings. Some genius (thats you Doughty!)  thought this would be good opportunity to put out a request for questions. Just leave them in the comments section of this post. I am sure we won't get to them all (at least this round) but if it goes over well we may do it regularly.

Before you post a question you should first check out this recent interview by Onwi over at SQDBLSTR.

15 comments:

joe said...

Why so few colorways of the Mini Pheyaos?

Andrew said...

Why open a Real x Head U.S.A.website? Whats with all the Mohawks? When will the store go online? : )

blakewest said...

Mori has that great big Daruma behind him in the store photo. What is Mori's goal or wish for the Daruma? Is he still working on it, or has the other eye been filled in since the picture was taken? Thanks!

Abe Lincoln Jr. said...

As far as the new fullsize series what is it called? Is the new guy inspired by Kamen Rider? Are there new characters in the works besides him?

Abe Lincoln Jr. said...

Any chance of a Neko Otoko or Fortune Cat head on the new full size figures?

Last Dying Wish a.k.a LASH or Rich Montanari Jr. said...

Will you ever let me paint a run of Mutant Heads ?

Ben said...

When doe the store open, and what kind of releases can we expect to see there? What is the relationship between the US and JP stores. Exclusives for each? Access to any of the myriad stuff we've been seeing but unable to buy for the past few months? What happens to awesome retailers like Lulubell moving forward, who have been keeping RxH alive in the states.

How does the relationship between RxH and collaborators like Onell proceed? Onell came up with some great designs, and released some great versions, but we are constantly barraged by versions released in Japan, seemingly without telling anybody, that there is no way to acquire.

Kaiju Patrol said...

Is the popularity of your figures reaching a younger audience in Japan? Younger than the collector toy fans that average let's say... 21-50. Also, is there a growing interest in Japan for young artists to follow the legacy of toy painters like Goto-san?

Mindless-Focus said...

Will there be other collabs and related works like Mirock (Pheyaos or their Chaos) and Onell's collabs released on this site? Oh and when does the store open? And why the Mohawks? ;)

Robert said...

Will you create a Mutant Zone 4 series?

Datadub has some beautiful photos of you from when you first began doing shows.
Will you please do a fan photo book with your story with photo reference of earlier and recent releases, including behind the scenes with Goto-San?

Kind regards,
TULKU

Lawrence said...

You seem to be supporting artists that aren't as "famous" as the usual toy collaborations: Paul Kaiju, L'Amour Supreme, Uamou, etc. I think this is great! You give them so much exposure and allow them to create awesome things. Are you driven to find more talented artist, and give them a shot at toy making?

Robert said...

Regarding your non collaborative releases, how often do you personally paint the pieces and how many different painters do you work with besides Goto-San?

Kind regards,
TULKU

joe said...

who did mutant head fight when he lost the top bit of his ear?

Mindless-Focus said...

Will there ever be a 6" Pheyaos?

Splurrt said...

When are you going to do a Splurrt colab?