10 Highest Bids on Bearbrick 1000% in August
At a certain monetary point, a Bearbrick figure goes beyond being a simple art toy. In fact, many might call some of these high-priced figures a good investment. When you invest in a rare Bearbrick figure, you’re buying it with the expectation that demand for that figure will increase faster than the supply.
And when that happens, then the value of the Bearbrick figure will increase, and you may be able to sell it for a profit. So, here’s what the market has to offer. To survey the past month in the market, we bring together the top 10 highest bids someone is currently offering to pay for the Bearbrick figures on StockX.
1. Bearbrick Coco Chanel 1000% – Highest Bid: $15,000
Designed by Karl Lagerfeld, this Bearbrick figure is modeled to look like Chanel’s founder Coco Chanel, dressed in her classic outfit: a Chanel jacket and pearls.
2. KAWS Originalfake 6th Anniversary Bearbrick 1000% – Highest Bid: $15,000
First presented during the most recent World Wide Bearbrick Tour, the Original Fake 1000% Bearbrick is a limited edition toy that features the signature round Chompers design by artist Kaws.
3. KAWS Companion Bearbrick 1000% – Highest Bid: $14,444
With gloved hands and X’s for eyes, “Companion” is KAWS’ most famous and signature character. Over the years, this figure has become a must-have ornament amongst toy aficionados, and those moving within similar circles.
4. Bearbrick Karimoku Horizon 1000% – Highest Bid: $13,860
A smooth finish on a rare walnut wood makes this Karimoku Bearbrick figure very expensive. As a matter of fact, almost all Karimoku Bearbrick figures are very expensive and prestigious mainly because they are individually handcrafted by specialized artisans from the Karimoku company.
5. Bearbrick x BAPE x Levi’s 1000% – Highest Bid: $11,002
This unique Bearbrick figure features the Levi’s produced denim jacket in the Bape legendary dotted camouflage motif which definitely does add a lot of substantial value to it.
6. Bearbrick SORAYAMA x Daniel Arsham 1000% – Highest Bid: $10,001
The collaboration of Hajime Sorayama’s biomechanoid robot and Daniel Arsham’s art installations that conjure a kind of mythical contemporary archeology resulted this unique and very pricey Bearbrick figure.
7. Bearbrick x Readymade x A Bathing Ape 1000% – Highest Bid: $9,313
Although quite a few BAPE Bearbrick figures have been released with the brand’s famous “Shark” hoodies, what makes this Readymade collaboration so special and unique is that they made a real BAPE hoodie exclusively for this figure.
8. Bearbrick Kaws Chomper 1000% – Highest Bid: $9,023
Although these Kaws’ art toys reflect the artist’s desire to make his works of art more accessible to the public, they reach very high prices making him one of the most sought-after artists of today.
9. Bearbrick Readymade Mickey Mouse 1000% – Highest Bid: $9,020
This Bearbrick figure features a “Disney” trademark with a fitted camouflage ghillie suit that covers ears and hands, finished off by a small opening for the eyes. This unique combination makes it a very high-priced figure.
10. Bearbrick World Wide Tour 2 Doraemon 1000% – Highest Bid: $9,000
This Bearbrick figure is a part of the Doraemon, Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. Everyone’s favorite robotic cat from the 22nd Century is a quite expensive collectible. Emboldened by Doraemon’s familiar blue-white colors, this particular figure depicts early artwork of Doraemon from its 1969 manga debut.
Photos: Medicom Toy