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These Busts Of Iconic AC/DC, GUNS N' ROSES & MOTÖRHEAD Members Are Pretty Cool

Buy 'em all and start a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame of your own!

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We all love collectibles and now the hottest item may be wall-mounted statues of some of the greatest names in rock, such as Lemmy of Motörhead, Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses, and AC/DC's Angus Young.

The name of the creative team behind these statues is called Out of Hand Studio, and if you visit their Etsy shop, you'll find more statues with such an uncanny resemblance to their subjects. You can pair guitarist Slash with Axl to make a little Guns 'N Roses pairing for yourself, or you can go glam and spice up your living room with a wall-mounted bust of the Starman himself, David Bowie.

There are nearly 50 different items in the Etsy store. Each one is hand-crafted and ships from the UK, with an average price of about $40, plus shipping. Of course, this isn't the first time we've seen the likeness of Lemmy cast into a fan's dream, with the 2021 release of a new Lemmy figurine. Super7, who brought us the Lemmy figure, also recently released action figures of former Exodus singer, the late Paul Baloff and former Metallica bassist, the late Cliff Burton.

Action figures have always been hot items that fans go nuts for, especially as of late. Everyone knows someone who has three unopened Boba Fett action figures stashed in a storage unit somewhere. But what action figures do we want to see next? How about a Mina Caputo or Lzzy Hale action figure combo set? Or how about Tool? I would definitely buy a Danny Carey combo set that had a complete mini drum kit—gong and all—and a bonus creepy spooky Maynard figurine meant to torment Danny while he’s playing! It will be fun for all ages and a hit with families big and small! Well, maybe not that last one families… but still!

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