The Four Horsemen are bringing their annual toy art gallery back to NYC this February.
I have a confession to make. As into their work as I’ve always been, I’ve never actually made it to the Four Horsemen’s gallery show Toypocalypse. With luck that will change this year, as the show– now in its fourth year– is coming back to New York this February, to coincide with Toy Fair.
This should be an exciting year– the Horsemen will not only show off their Mattel work and the latest Outer Space Men, but the first series (proper) for their Power Lords relaunch, which I am dying to see first hand.
While Toy Fair is a non-public event, the Horsemen’s Toypocalypse is open to the public, so whether you’re hitting Toy Fair or not, I’d highly recommend heading out to NYC this February to check out their gallery.
Here’s all the details on this year’s show…
Toypocalypse 4: FanEXtasy is coming! Hosted by TT Underground Gallery in New York City, the Four Horsemen’s fourth annual gallery show is expected to be bigger than ever! Not only will this be the first place that you’ll get the see the next Infinity Edition Outer Space Men factory created paint samples in person, the first factory created paint samples of Adam Power, Lord Power & Ggripptogg in person, pre-production tooling samples of the Gothitropolis Ravens figures, and lots of other artwork and prototypes created by Four Horsemen Toy Design Studios, but there will be some other incredible surprises, special one of a kind items for sale, and the rebirth of the amazing action figure fan driven project FANtastic Exclusive as well! Plus an incredible “by invitation only” customized Four Horsemen originals prototypes gallery that will need to be seen in person to truly appreciate (more information on that soon). Opening reception night begins on Saturday, February 15th from 7pm to 10pm, and the show will run through February 19th (please check with TT Underground for daily gallery times). So book your trip to the east coast now and get ready to feel the FanEXtasy!
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