Now PIQ has contacted me to make a blog post about their shop. From the images they provided, it looks like they have an AMAZING selection of new and old vinyl art toys, from Freeny and JLED to NadaOne, Toy2R... next time you visit NYC, GO TO PIQ! I'm gonna visit as soon as I get back from vacation in early February.
The PIQ stores were first introduced in 2012 at Universal CityWalk, Orlando and Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The stores themselves, bold, bright with a very contemporary look, are replete with unique and unexpected items. PIQ features designer toys, focusing on vinyl collectibles, books, limited editions, and rare pieces from such names as Frank Kozik, Ron English and Buff Monster. Other gift items include games, chic home and kitchen accessories, nostalgic souvenirs, funky novelty items as well as rare pop culture finds. Partnerships with established and upcoming designers such as Jason Freeny, Robin Van Valkenburgh or established vendors like DKE comprise a major part of the PIQ brand and showcase the unique merchandise that PIQ brings to the marketplace. The first PIQ New York City store opened mid January 2014 in Grand Central Terminal, Shuttle Passage.
PIQ Store in Grand Central Terminal
89 E 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
|Holy crap! They went BIG! Bigger than I could ever dream of launching Tenacious Toys... good for them!|