Knaff Naomi: I grew up between France and the UK were I went to school in Film and Animation. I enjoyed making short films but my favourite part was always Character and Set Design. I naturally veered in that direction.[frame align=”center”][/frame]How did you get in to the Designer Toy scene?
Knaff Naomi: I started collecting toys a few years back after moving to Canada. I didn’t know much about the scene until I found out about Designercon and just couldn’t wait to participate.
What is your ‘go-to’ tool when customising/creating?
Knaff Naomi: My round file.
What is your favourite platform to customise?
Knaff Naomi: Haven’t done any of that yet but it’s on my mind.
If you could collab with any artist(s), who would it be?
Knaff Naomi: The main one would probably be Bob Conge, his Night Gamer has had a huge influence on me!
What’s been the biggest influence on you in the year since ToyCon UK 2014
Knaff Naomi: Probably Designercon, I saw so many great things and met a lot of great people.
Have you got anything brand new coming to the event this year?
Knaff Naomi: I’m currently working on a balancing toy ICAR, which will hopefully be ready for Toycon! And plenty of resin smaller pieces are in the works…
What are you most looking forward to seeing?
Knaff Naomi: Everything!
If your house was on fire and you could save one toy in it, what would it be?
It would have to be 2, Mountaintop by Bwana Spoons/Munktiki and Jesse Hernandez’s Ozomahtli.
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