Sunday, March 9, 2014

Visiting the PIQ in the Grand Central Terminal in New York City

We recently paid a visit to New York City and had a tour throughout Manhattan. In one of our stops, we would have to visit the Grand Central Terminal. To our surprise, I would find a special store that caught my eye immediately with its colors and amazing items that it would hold. In the windows, I immediately seen a couple of Mega Qee figures by Toy2R. 

With this kind of window display, one would be forced to need to see what else would be inside. PIQ NYC would hold some of the best in Designer Toys. Some of their featured artists are Frank Kozik, Kronk, Robin Vanvalkenburgh, Bob Dob, Jeremi Rimel, and Jason Freeny amongst many other of our favorites.

Here are some of Robin Vanvalkenburgh's amazing ceramic anthropomorphic animals.

A few of Frank Kozik's pieces along with the Gao Brothers "Miss Mao".

Ron English's Count Calorie

In these pictures we would capture many incredible pieces by some of our favorites from Frankenfactory, Jeremi Rimel's Autopsy Zombie Staple Baby, Circus Posterus, Paul Kaiju, Toy Art Gallery's exclusives, Bob Dob, and many more.

What could be more fitting for PIQ NYC but to have New York's own Jason Freeny with a few of his incredibly detailed pieces along with the collaboration he did with Luke Chueh and his Target.

If we were not on a tour of New York City and on a schedule, I would have definitely spent much more time in PIQ NYC to capture more pictures. If you are in the city and are visiting Grand Central Station, we highly recommending spending some time at PIQ. 

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