One of the most well known illustrators and toy-makers in the business is the ever prolific Gary Taxali. Continuing to produce fantastically tangible imagery day in day out he’s one of the real gems of vintage ilustration.
I’m not sure if it’s just me but Gary doesn’t seem to get as much press as he deserves on this side of the pond, so here’s me doing my bit.
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