Posted by marc April 13, 2016
coolrain lee

Finally! Coolrain Lee is one of the few guys keeping the aesthetic of late '90s Asian designer toys alive. Now after 12 years of work, every one of his figures has been collected in printed form. $39 gets you 264 pages of vinyl and 1/16 scale designs, and in true art toy fashion, you'll randomly get one of four book covers featuring the Korean artist's work. Pick it up on Etsy here.

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