LONG ARMS

Like something staggering in from a surrealist’s worst nightmare, these long-arm weirdos are almost impossible to categorise.  A walking art installation?

These monsters come with red Pinstripe or black buckle-up suits, extra-long arms equipped with massively clawing hands and a tortured, twisted head.

Probably not suited to your average kid`s birthday party as they`re bound to disturb, these oddball characters have a funny and freaky, walkabout style that’s been brilliantly received at festivals and in clubs that are looking for something a bit more, er, thought-provoking.

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