Good Smile Company continues their Figma Table Museum collection with the announcement of a fully articulated figure based on Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man.
Modeled after Da Vinci’s Renaissance period illustration, the Figma Vitruvian Man figure includes four poseable arms and legs that showcase the geometrically ideal proportions of the human body. The figure comes with interchangeable chest, upper arm, thigh and wrist parts for alternate display and a special background panel is included to recreate Da Vinci’s famous drawing. An articulated Figma stand is also included with the figure.
The Figma Vitruvian Man figure is the fourth artwork in the Table Museum collection, joining The Thinker, Venus de Milo, and David. The Vitruvian Man is priced ¥5,120, about $45, and is available for pre-order now, in Japan. The figure is scheduled for release in Dec.