Introducing an Edvard Munch-Inspired Action Figure

Kirstin Fawcett
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Many critics consider Norwegian painter Edvard Munch's The Scream series (1893) to be one of the ultimate artistic expressions of existential angst. If you, too, seek order in a chaotic, unpredictable universe, Gizmodo reports that Japanese figurine line Figma created an action figure of the artwork's eerie bald figure.

As we've reported before, Figma's The Scream toy is one of several famous artworks—including Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man, the Venus de Milo, and Michelangelo's David—that the company has rendered in action figure form. You can purchase items from the company's Table Museum series through online retailer Good Smile Company or on Amazon.

Sadly for Munch fans, The Scream action figure won't be available for purchase until May 2017, but you can preorder it between November 4 and December 1. When the toy does finally go on sale, it will cost around $50, and will come with a stand and a backdrop of Munch's famous painting.

All images courtesy of Figma.

[h/t Gizmodo]