An artist of the literal and the figurative, http://intuitionkitchenproductions.com/” target=”_blank”>Michael Leavitt covered much of today’s noteworthy events with his http://intuitionkitchenproductions.com/actionfigures/artarmy/” target=”_blank”>Art Army figurines, a parody of popular culture. Now, joining that vinyl masses, which mostly sold out during Leavitt’s solo exhibition at http://jonathanlevinegallery.com” target=”_blank”>Jonathan LeVine Gallery last year, is the http://nba.com/knicks” target=”_blank”>New York Knicks star point guard http://facebook.com/jeremylin17″ target=”_blank”>Jeremy Lin. Inspired by Lin’s explosive play style and his legion of Linsanity fans, Leavitt came away with the “Linja”, an real-life rendition of http://gijoe.com” target=”_blank”>G.I. Joe‘s ninja soldier Storm Shadow. Armed with interchangeable backpack, a basketball nunchucks-mace, other details like “Light of Taiwan” marking plus “Lin”and the number “17” in Chinese characters, this is one formidable opponent. The one of one figure is now available at http://jailbreaktoys.com/Jeremy_Lin_Action_Figure_p/mllin.htm” target=”_blank”>Jailbreak Collective.