Posted by marc October 13, 2016

The New York native Tenacious Toys brought an utter buttload of customs to NYCC. Cat Atomic and UNCLE Studio dominated the booth, while minifigures from Touma and a variety of other artists ensured there were designer toys to buy across price points. Tenacious also organized the blindboxed Resin Is King Series 3, which included designs from The Jelly Empire, Argonaut Resins, Taylored Curiosities, Richard Page, and more. Even Konatsu made an appearance with her collaboration with RAMPAGE Toys. Tenacious' booth was also home to the Bromine variant of Kyle Kirwan NYCC Blooms.

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