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Mr Yodel DeCordova Art in the Park
Exhibit #939
ColorClear Painted in Multicolors
PackagingPoly Bagged
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
Diameter2.25" Dia
Weight50 g
Estimated Value$12
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerDavid Hall

One of Mr.Yodel's custom designs from 2005. John Higby has been well know for his painting and custom yo-yos since the early days of Proyo. He paints the "inside" of clear yo-yos for a radiant effect on the outer surface, and usually adds one of his custom sidecaps as well. He turns standard clear releases into Yo-Yo Art.

This is painted and "yodelized" Duncan Proyo with wooden axle and weight distribution. Released sometime in 2005. The sides were made for the DeCordova Art in the Park event. A different logo for the front and back. Click on the Logo Side Views to see both.
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