Revisiting a classic: Toy Art 2.0 - The ultimate Toy Art coffee table book!!!

The Toy Art 2.0 book was produced in 2014 by the team of Okedoki, Jeremy Brautman and Vince Su. The book still stands strong today as one of the finest reference books describing the world of toy art and the people involved in the scene. It occurred to me recently (having spoken to some new collectors) that some people still don't know this wonderful book is out there so I thought a post to let people know would be a good thing.

With interviews, essays and eye candy photos this book is the perfect introduction to the next level of toy art collection and creation. This is a book written for everyone interested in the world of toy art from the collectors to the artists producing the work and everybody in between. Come and dive into the toy art world that keeps a part of us eternally young at heart and always has a taste for the curious, the unique and the mischievous. Contributors to this stunning book include: Alvin Tan Jian Shan, Amy Del Castillo, Ayleen Gaspar, Bigboy Cheng , Bjorn Calleja, Brandt Peters, Brian Flynn, Carl “Mutonismyfriend” Kent-Smith, Walter “Chauskoskis “Jacott, Chris Ryniak, Dan Harris, Doktor A, Dov Kelmer, Eduardo “Vinyltoyz” Olegario, Ferg, Francesco de Molfetta, Frank Kozik, Frank Schaefer, Gino Joukar, Glenn L Barr, Haynmade, Henry Loh, Huck Gee, Ian Malcolm, J*RYU, Jesse Hernandez, John “Spanky” Stokes, Jon Lao, Julie B., Justin Jewett, Kathie Olivas, Kev Taylor, Kirby Kerr, Kirkland Jue, Kristoffer “Wtfunks” Butiong, Laina Jones, Lee “Leecifer” Gajda, Luke Rook, Marcos Janri, Mark Nagata, Muschelschubser, Nakanari, Nicolas Caldas, Paul Kaiju, Phil “Plur511” Lin, Raymond Choy, Rob Clarke, Ron English, Ryan Roberts, Sara Harvey, Sergey Safonov, Skinner, StacyJean, Steve Agin, Sucklord, Vadim Tslaf, Vince Su, and Yosiell Lorenzo - an awesome cast of collectors, creators, and contributors - this book has it all!

This is a book that keeps you coming back for more and will always be a benchmark work that will be referred back to while our movement changes and grows. There are names in this book that everyone will recognize because of their high profile, but there are also many interesting observations from people you may not know so well who contribute to the toy art scene in many different ways.

You can get more information about the Toy Art 2.0 book HERE • You can order the Toy Art 2.0 book online from HERE for just $55 a pop!

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