Legendary Artist Ron English Brings his Iconic Cereal Killers to Digital Life

  • Words by Team Catcher
  • Jun 10, 2021

Remember today. The day Ron English brought his brilliance to VeVe. In the world of Designer Toys there is not a much bigger, more iconic name, than Ron English. Adding Ron to their roster is a huge move and another notch in the VeVe belt.

I can’t even count the number of times I’ve seen Ron or attended one of his events. For me, it all started at the conventions. Maybe in passing at the Popaganda booth at San Diego Comic Con, or sometimes at the end of a two-hour signature line at Designer Con. Whatever event is was, it was always a pleasure to encounter one of the most humble artists in the industry. In my later years, I even had the pleasure of hanging fifty-thousand-dollar paintings at the gallery I worked at in Santa Monica. And yes, it was incredibly stressful. I even recall one night while attending the opening of his Toybox show, I almost ran over Johnny Galecki while parallel parking under the 4th Street Bridge in downtown Los Angeles. For real though, it was really dark, and he was wearing an incredibly long black sweater coat. I’m just glad for the sake of syndicated television, that things went differently.

Anyway, enough of that, let's talk about his epic new NFT release coming up in a few hours. Your collection is about to get a whole lot sweeter with the addition of Cereal Killers, Series 1. The ultra-popular vinyl toy series is making its way to the digital realm with some of its most popular characters, and its one you don’t want to miss. It's been wild to watch these releases through the years via different versions. Whether you collected the Mono versions from FYE, or the miniatures packaged like our favorite childhood cereal variety packs, this release is sure to keep your appetite hungry for more. And with rumors of a secret rare and a complete set bonus down the line, Cereal Killers will be a memorable one for the collectors.

Catch the drop on your favorite digital collectibles app at the usual time.

by Rob Newman