Linkin Park Hybrid Theory Album Funko Pop revealed
Here’s a look at the Linkin Park Hybrid Theory Album Funko Pop which was recently revealed online.
This looks like a really big Pop figure. Ww got the unnamed flagbearer together with the flag as well as that dragonfly wings at the back.
Here’s a closer look at the Linkin Park Hybrid Theory album pop figure from Funko.
No word yet on the official release date but I’m pretty sure there are preorders already up for this. I actually saw one already but we still don’t have an SRP yet. Hopefully its not as expensive as other Pops right now.
Hybrid Theory was Linkin Park’s first album and was released in October 24, 2000 under Warner Music and took a lot of inspiration from the band’s life experience especially the frontman, Chester Bennington. The title Hybrid Theoey is also a reference to Linkin Park’s first band name and the study of music theory.
Heres a little something about the album art from Wikipedia:
With Hybrid Theory being Linkin Park’s first album, Mike Shinoda, who had worked as a graphic designer before becoming a professional musician, has stated that the band had looked through books for inspiration on how to present themselves for the first time. The result was a winged-soldier which Shinoda illustrated himself. According to Chester Bennington, the idea of the soldier with dragonfly wings was to describe the blending of hard and soft musical elements by the use of the jaded looks of the soldier and frail touches of the wings. The art style was largely influenced by stencil graffiti, including early works by Banksy. The cover also features scrambled lyrics of the album’s songs within the background, though the lyrics of “One Step Closer” are the most prominent.