Bearbrick�(rendered�Be@rbrick) is a�collectible�toy designed and produced by the Japanese company MediCom Toy Incorporated. The name is derived from the fact that the figure is a�cartoon-style representation of a bear and that it is a variation of MediCom’s�Kubrick�design. The�at sign�in the place of the letter�a�is a visual device that is a part of the Bearbrick�brand, and as such, a�trademark of MediCom Toy.
The figure is an�anthropomorphized�bear with an extremely simplified form and a�pot belly. Each plastic figure features nine parts (widely referred to as�tools�in the toy industry): head, torso, hips, arms, hands, and legs; These nine tools allow eight points of�articulation:�swivel�head, swivel waist,�ball joint�arms, swivel wrists, and ball joint legs.
Allan Banford Bearbrick limited edition features the basic structure of the Bearbriks covered by the digital artwork and NFT Picnic from the Digitalism series.