Anyone who's tried to by a toy, a hoodie, or a sheet of Murikami stickers at Soho's Kid Robot knows one thing:
They need more space.
The famous toy and art store is bursting at the seams with incredible stuff, but also with addicted shoppers who hug every inch of the shop the way surfers cling to waves.
Fortunately, that's about to change: This Spring, Kid Robot's getting their second space, with even more toys, more art, and more room to revel in their collections.
Created by Kid Robot head Paul Budnitz and Harry Allen Design, the boutique is two floors (!) lit with neon and featuring plastic toys.
Head upstairs and get a little more creative, with art and books, and (thankfully) some breathing room.
The new space is also located on Spring Street in Soho, and launches on May 1. Agoraphobics and midnight shoppers can also check out the website
, which is 2-D but just as fun.