KaijuMonsteR Gallery, founded in 2016 by Martijn de Zwart, is one of the leading high-end art toy and sculpture galleries in Europe with a focus on Japanese produced Sofubi works.

The gallery’s program includes important established artists such as Marmit, Target Earth, Dreamrocket, SkullHeadButt, Siccaluna, Amapro, Blobpus and Karzworks as well as such emerging notable talents as Algangu, KKfactory, Roughneck:7, Awesome Toy and SX-Toy.

KaijuMonsteR gallery continues to develop long-term relationships with artists, manufacturers, private collectors and corporations around the world, placing high end art toys in on display at many international events such as New York Comic Con, ToyConUK London, Dutch Comic Con Utrecht, Amsterdam Comic Con and Art Toy Culture Seoul.

We welcome the opportunity to work with both new and established collectors to help build their high-end art toy collections. In addition to our diverse gallery inventory we are able to consult with clients, guiding them in the sourcing, acquisition and de-accessioning process ranging from Eastern to Western high-end art toys and sculptures.

For more information about KaijuMonsteR gallery or to inquire about particular artworks please contact us at info@kaijumonster.com and we will be pleased to assist you.


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Coming January 1st, 2013! Cometdebris Lucky Bags will be available in three types: Sametan, Kappa Shonen, and Large. The Sametan Lucky Bag will include an unpainted mixed parts Sametan, featuring a variety of unreleased colored parts. $40. The Kappa Shonen Lucky Bag will include a one of a kind custom painted glitter Kappa Shonen figure (silver rainbow glitter or a rarer clear brown with gold glitter). $90. The Large Lucky Bag will include both of the figures above, plus an unpainted Kappa Shonen (unreleased or unpainted test shot color), and a Sametan sticker/button set. $185. On sale January 1st at 12:01 AM Japan time, December 31st at 7:01 AM PST.

*Cometdebris 2013 Lucky Bags will also be available at Super Festival 61 on January 13th in Tokyo.