Dayzee & Staxx

Dayzee & Staxx are the newest celebrities to join the Superplastic Universe. The two are minimum-wage and fashion-obsessed waitresses who work at Miss Fortune’s restaurant in NYC, and moonlight as minimum-wage celebrity Zombie-hunters on the side. 

Dayzee is a PHD-recipient in aerospace engineering and can be a shameless flirt. Her sweet, serendipitous facade is hypnotic – as the designer weapons she creates are fatal (to the undead). She is a shrilling cacophony of seduction, destruction, glitter, and gore.  Her heroes are Rihanna, Rei Kawakubo, and The Rock. Playlist favorites include Jhene Aiko, Miguel, and Princess Nokia.

Staxx is a necrotic weapons and combat specialist. She is abhorrent, adorable and wicked. Her enemies call her contemptible, but Staxx's friends consider her faithful and contagiously charming. Her heroes are Kurt Cobain and Nosferatu, and the playlist she listens to most starts with Bauhaus and ends with FKA Twigs. Never cross her or her inner circle, her revenge tactics are perilously avant-garde. To Staxx, all is fair in love and war.

Dayzee & Staxx are known professionally as Weapons of Mass Seduction. They live with Janky & Guggimon at the House of Plastic above Miss Fortune’s along with their sidekick and companion, PandaKat.

Janky & Guggimon

Janky & Guggimon are internet phenomena, fashion influencers, and content creators who have forever changed the face of entertainment.

Janky is a self-proclaimed streetwear icon, achieved by dumpster diving for discarded ‘fits on movie sets and outside of celebrities’ homes in Beverly Hills. He got his start as a stuntman following the release of a viral video being run over by Travis Scott’s “ASTROWORLD” trailer. He is literally indestructible. 

Guggimon is a fashion horror artist, axe collector, and DJ. While keeping his identity a secret due to social-media anxiety, he amassed a global fanbase of more than 100K. He now self-medicates through destruction, micro-dosing, and posting thirst traps. 

Janky & Guggimon live together at the House of Plastic located just outside of Brooklyn. Their millions of global fans and followers are obsessively addicted to the pair’s violent, provocative, and sometimes illegal content.