According to Figures.com, San Francisco-based designer toy and apparel company Super7 has announce a special collaborative event with heavy metal legends IRON MAIDEN and renowned entertainment print company Acme Archives Limited.
The IRON MAIDEN pop-up shop will be at the Super7 San Francisco store for one week — from Saturday, July 1 through Saturday, July 8. The event coincides with the band's Bay Area concert in Oakland at Oracle Arena on July 5.
The IRON MAIDEN pop-up shop will feature official limited-edition silkscreen prints from Acme Archives and exclusive Super7 items for sale. There will also be a sneak peek on display of what's coming from Super7 and IRON MAIDEN later this year.
Among the items coming soon are IRON MAIDEN ReAction figures, including Eddie The Trooper and Eddie from "Killers".
Founded in 2001 as a magazine focused on the minutia of collecting vintage toys, Super7 has since grown into one of the most influential and sought-after toy brands in the market today. By infusing their deep knowledge of toys as collectors combined with their detailed attention to manufacturing and design, Super7 creates unique and inspiring toys, apparel, events and experiences not typically seen from other manufacturers.
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