Illustrator Pomme Chan has joined forces with Be@rbrick to create a rare and unique figurine inspired by traditional Thai religion and beliefs for the Be@rbrick World Wide Tour II. The exhibit, hosted at the Siam Center in Bangkok by Japanese toy manufacturer Medicom Toy, showcased some of the rarest and most sought-after figurines in existence for loyal fans and collectors. Staying true to her Thai roots, the illustrator chose gold to represent the many Temples of Thailand and gave the bear a face similar to that of the iconic Thai Giant. Her signature eye for detail shines in her recreation of a traditional Thai tattoo design that signifies luck, money, and a good life. Pomme took this highly coveted design opportunity to turn a Be@rbrick into a lucky charm.