There’s some disquieting backstory to this great Cruella DeVille figure by Kale Frost -it started out as a BrickHeadz Dalmatian set. That’s taking the source material pretty literally. Less literal are some of the great part choices made to complete the character – that’s a Ninjago die spinner in the dress and balloon panels make up the coattails. The face is expressive, the pose is dynamic, and I’m still creeped out by it. Maybe it’s the tiny dog bones used as decoration along the edge of the display stand. That’s just dark, Kale.
Presenting Cruella de Vil’s sweet ride from the Disney film 101 Dalmations, as interpreted by Cole Edmonson. The car used in the 1996 live-action version was based on the Panther De Ville, produced from 1974-85 by British car company Panther Westwinds. Cole includes a fairly accurate Cruella minifig to go with it; the only thing missing is her ever present cigarette.