Also Escher, Dali, and (unexpectedly) a whole bunch of non-surrealists too. Cory says these are for sale, but I don't see any evidence of that.
I saw these (or figures very like them) on sale at the Royal Academy in London last year. They were relatively expensive, though.
If you go back to the main page and then go in directly to the original Dutch pages (not choosing an alternative language), you'll get pages of shops in The Netherlands and Belgium that I'm assuming carry these for sale. Looks like they're not set up for any internet mail order, but you could always write them.
Some of the more contempary artists have very powerful franchising concerns -- I'm surprised the Dali and Escher estates haven't gotten on their tail yet.
That is easily my least favorite Devo track.
They're even for sale online, Mr. <lj user="jwz">: you can get them here.They're rather pricey. But Grandma's china cabinet gets more people stopping and staring as they go past it...
Oh, man, I want that thin-legged elephant!
as well as the list of stores in the netherlands and belgium, the contact page also has listings of what i imagine are distributors.
AHHHH WANT WANT COLLECT 'EM ALL!
A line from Rejected comes to mind here:"I'm a consumer whore."