HomeNewsExhibitsYo-YosMemorabiliaRelated Skill ToysArtProfiles & HistoryPatents & ResourcesMessage BoardAbout UssupportOneDropDuncanYoYoExpert

Sponsors and Curators
The Museum of Yo-Yo History is a labor of love, and we would not be able to stay up-to-date with exhibits without the support of our sponsors and curators. Big thanks go to One Drop Design and Duncan for supplying us with their latest models, YoYoExpert for their help and support, and to Cody Orr, TotalArtist and YoYoBrothers™ for allowing us to use their collections!

If you're a manufacturer, or just a big collector and you want to help support the Museum drop me at line at chimera@yoyomuseum.com
BC/What's Next Graffiti
Exhibit #1951
ShapeStandard (-)
PackagingDisplay Boxed
ConstructionThree piece wood
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerRick Brough

Maple wood yo-yo. These yo-yos were leftover old stock from the BC/What's Next days. As of November, 2015, these were still available on the Tom Kuhn website. Four color paint job made to look like graffiti.

I do not recall ever seeing these sold on the internet or in yo-yo stores in the mid to late 90s. If they were, their distribution was limited.

Came with three extra cotton replacement yo-yo strings and "The Official Wood Rocks Tom Kuhn Yo-Yo Instruction Manual".
Other Views
Profile - blue version
Packaging contents
Packaging - pink version
Packaging - blue version

2005-2023 Software © David W. Hall & Grahame BaptieWright
Content by David W. Hall & Rick Brough