Brian McCarty Toys 2008

LATDA-DESIGNED
KOKESHI 10 POSTCARD SET
KOKESHI:
From Folk Art to Art Toy

This is the perfect impulse item to buy for giving or collecting: signature images from our popular kokeshi exhibition held at the Japanese American National Museum in collaboration with JANM. It's difficult to capture the full range of an exhibition with over 300 artifacts... (MORE...)

LATDA-DESIGNED
KOKESHI BRACELET

Six traditional kokeshi faces magnified by clear resin domes make up one stretchy, stylish bracelet. Made exclusively for the exhibition, this would be a unique accessory for any kokeshi lover's collection. Each face measures 1-¼" in diameter. Images are of dolls from the collection of Itske and Anthony Stern, and represent the Tsuchiyu, Sakunami, Yamagata, Hijiori, Naruko, Togatta strains of kokeshi. (MORE...)

Brian McCarty Toys 2008
EXHIBITION CATALOG
BEYOND ULTRAMAN:
Seven Artists Explore
The Vinyl Frontier

This is the perfect accompaniment to the show itself, running through January 6, 2008 at PMCA in Pasadena. (MORE...)

WE JUST RECEIVED THE LAST OF 'EM!
FLATWOODS MONSTER/
MOTHMAN SET
By David+Sun-Min
Another gorgeous bit of Wonderwall rotocasting from David+Sun-Min. Only 36 sets were made available for sale (out of a total of 50 produced). LATDA is fortunate to be able to offer a remaining few for online sale.. (MORE...)

UMA TENUGUI
By David+Sun-Min
Made in Japan by Ishii of intheyellow (and sanctioned by David Horvath), an extremely limited supply of UMA (Unidentified Mysterious Animal) tenugui are available from the LATDA Museum Store. Tenugui are a traditional MJO (Mysterious Japanese Object) usually found in large quantities... (MORE...)
Brian McCarty Toys 2008
SMALL ROBOT TOTE By Yancha
Another limited release item
We hate to tell you how few of these totes we have. Let's just say this tote and its bigger sibling (directly below) are unique. Yep, they are the only two such bags available for sale in the world... the robot pattern is no longer available. We aren't too embarrassed to sell 'em to you, however. (MORE...)
Brian McCarty Toys 2008
ROBOT COSMETIC BAG By Yancha
Marvin, Robby & Gort.
Oh my. One thing is certain: put an item in this bag and it will NOT get lost in space. The specs: Bag is 9.5" x 6.25"H with nylon ziper. Can accommodate all your off-world cosmetic needs, or: one DVD of 'Metropolis,' a spare bionic hand or a Malthusian belt. (MORE...)
Brian McCarty Toys 2008
LARGE ROBOT TOTE By Yancha
The biggest one she made...
...and then the robot fabric pattern ran out, never to be scrounged since. This bag and its smaller sibling (above) are unique. Yep, they are the only two such bags available for sale in the world. We aren't too embarrassed to sell 'em to you, however. (MORE...)
Brian McCarty Toys 2008
LARGE SOCK MONKEY TOTE By Yancha
Sometimes you NEED the lift only a crazy monkey pattern can deliver. Sometimes you WANT a shorter handle on your tote... perhaps because your arms are way too long for your legs. When need and desire coincide, there is only one tote to take, and it is available here. (MORE...)
Brian McCarty Toys 2008
SOCK MONKEY COSMETIC BAG
By Yancha

For your overnights at San Simian
The specs: Bag is 9.5" x 6.25"H with nylon zipper. Can accommodate one banana or quite a few rhesus pieces. OK, who said eew? Soft clear vinyl skin over a jaunty pattern of smiling, cheerful, irresistible sock monkeys. We've said it before: Who. Doesn't. Love. MONKEYS!? (MORE...)
Brian McCarty Toys 2008Price Reduced!

THE BREAKFAST CEREAL GOURMET
Book By David Hoffman
(As seen on the Food Network)
Always thinking outside the box, our friend and LATDA supporter David Hoffman comes up with 31 recipes (many from America’s top chefs) that utilize breakfast cereal as an important ingredient. From Peanut Butter-Krispy Cocoa Chewies to Pork Tenderloin Stuffed With Honey Nut Cheerios, from Cap'n Crunch Crab Cakes to Lucky Charmed Utah Lamb, this book presents delicious and fun recipes and information in a profusely illustrated package. (MORE...)

Brian McCarty Toys 2008

THE LATDA T. (TA DAH!)
Yes, it’s back, in all its glory.
Actually, it never left. But we have stocked up for the holidays and now present a complete line of this exclusive LATDA shirt in adult MENS and WOMENS sizes. 4-colors screened on a soft cotton shirt. Womens shirts now have a SCOOP NECK. (MORE...)

Brian McCarty Toys 2008
THE LATDA BASEBALL CAP
We saved the best for last...
We hope this baseball cap speaks for itself. But if not, here's the once over: Our ubiquitous mascot Jocko explodes out of a royal blue burst, surrounded by gold orbs, over the LATDA logo replete with key. Not simply silk screened... this hat is EMBROIDERED in 6 colors.(MORE...)
   

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