The Fortnite Kaws skin is the latest crossover to hit the Item Shop, and with it comes a new category that Fortnite fans should consider when thinking of future crossovers. Here’s what you need to know about the newest Fortnitemares skin, Kaws.
Fortnite Kaws skin
Brian Donnelly, the New Jersey born artist known professionally as Kaws (or KAWS for the stubborn) is a famous street artist who works with a range of media including 2D and 3D modeling for things like toys, sculptures , Skateboard decks and paintings. His most famous creation, a Golden Age-like cartoon character with skeleton parts and dead eyes, is Kaws’ way of bringing his work to Fortnite.
The Fortnite Kaws skin comes in a number of colorways as you can see below. Although the character sometimes wears pants very similar to those in Mickey Mouse’s closet, her Fortnite skin is decked out as a full-body skeleton, save for the iconic headdress that looks a bit like a Deadmau5 cousin.
Kaws should stay in the Item Shop for at least a couple of days, and maybe even until Halloween, as the Halloween skins that have popped up in the store lately have stayed there every day after that.
Kaws is coming as part of Fortnitemares 2021, following an already busy season of crossover content. Earlier this month we saw Frankenstein’s monster debut, followed by Rick Grimes, former lead actor on The Walking Dead. Without a doubt, we’re expecting more crossover characters from horror traits and scary brands throughout the month.
In the meantime, don’t miss the Fortnite and Among Us collaboration that was recently teased.
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