Hmmm, well that's great, but there are many unanswered questions here. What are the prototypes made of - paper mache, clay, plaster, plastic, 3-D printed - what ?
The video shows the design process - brainstorming, rough sketches, more finished sketches, color schemes, naming, nearly completed concepts that got tossed(Tiki Bunny) - but the steps from the flat sketch to the dimensional prototypes are absent.
I think I would appreciate this more if instead of the caffeinated music, there was a voice over or subtitles describing the stages in the process.
This thing is not my "thing" - so I have no clue who this guy is. Is he a superstar or cult figure ? Who buys them, who sells them ? Is he a self contained unit - designer, fabricator, marketer or is he the person who is responsible for the concept and look but has to answer to a corporate interest about selling and marketing this item ?
I'm not trying to be snarky. I watched the video but all these other questions are bugging me,