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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Trapos

After many hours to get my store rolling I have finally decided what would be my first designer toy project.
The Project is called TRAPOS©2010URBANRASCAL, LLC.

Here are a few concept illustrations. In the coming weeks you'll see more drawings and development news on Trapos.

Don't forget to shop for all your vinyl toys @ www.urbanrascal.com

GRAND OPENING.

Finally my online store is Open.
CHECK US OUT!

Let me know what you guys think. Please drop me a line and let me know what items I should be carrying. I want this to be the store of the community.
Your opinion matters!

Thursday, March 18, 2010

FINALLY!

Finally, I received my first order of Urban Vinyl Toys to fill my online store. I have eagerly been awaiting the merchandise. There were a few delays, but the important thing is we are ready to officially be open. Now I just need to upload all the info to my site. I hope to be open within a few days.
Check back with us.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Reflecting

One of the things that I stopped doing as I rised through the ranks in the corporate world was drawing. I miss that alot.
Here are a few images from the pass:




Gotta finish this SMURF image now that the movie is coming out!


Sunday, March 14, 2010

My First Blog

Okay here we go. My fist blog!
I'm looking around cheking out whats hot in the Designer Toy world. Its very different than the toy industry I'm in now. Currently I am employed by a toy company called Horizon Group USA. At Horizon I am the VP of Creative Design. I know the tween activity kit business in side out. Here are a few samples of the kits I've developed for Horizon.


As you can see is predominantly all Tween girl kits. The funny thing is my background is in graffitti and comicbooks. All the boy stuff.
Now I have thousands of my kits that I created in all the major retailers like Wal-Mart, Target, Michaels, Toys R Us just to name a few.
From time to time I'll post kits that I've developed here for Horizon that are in the market place.
I am looking to apply these skills that I have learned in the kits industry and apply it to the designer toys. There is some really kool stuff out there so this wont be an easy task.
Later