Five Points Festival welcomed toy enthusiasts to its second annual event at Brooklyn Expo Center this past weekend (June 2nd – June 3rd). Founded by Clutter Magazine, Five Points Festival is a curated collision of toys, art, and counterculture, and the perfect environment for toy collectors, tastemakers, and independent artists. Unlike the multimedia goliath that is New York Comic Con, Five Points is a more intimate experience that showcases the depth and culture of designer toys and street art, with show-exclusive figures, panels and meet-and-greets with toy designers and artists (including Ron English and Tara McPherson), and the Designer Toy Awards event on Friday night.Although many of the featured and most coveted items at Five Points were show exclusives and limited edition (and often outside of the price range of a casual convention attendee), the show was filled with incredibly cool toys and collectibles that ranged from budget-friendly prices (such as enamel pins, blind box toys, and stickers) to one-of-a-kind art pieces and vintage toys you never knew existed that were incredibly fun to browse.Check out some of the stellar toys, art, and collectibles that we saw at Five Points Festival!View as: One Page Slides1. Skull Toys & Friends2. Sonny Angel3. Sukeban NYC4. stupidtreasure x Sukeban NYC5. Naoshi6. Naoshi7. Toy Tokyo8. Genesis 54, Inc.9. Genesis 54, Inc.10. Sunguts11. BxE Buttons12. 1000 Toys13. 1000 Toys14. Mighty Jaxx15. Designer Toy Awards Dunny Show16. Designer Toy Awards Dunny Show17. Designer Toy Awards Dunny Show18. Negora x My Plastic Heart19. My Plastic Heart20. Wonder Woman, by Tara McPherson21. Mishka NYC22. Instinctoy23. Nugglife24. Instinctoy25. Toy Tokyo26. Planet-X27. Black Book Toy28. Black Book Toy29. Black Book Toy30. KT Ferris Creations31. Super732. Super733. Unbox Industries34. Unbox Industries35. The Outer Space Men36. KidRobot37. Martian Toys38. Martian Toys39. Martian Toys40. DunnyLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.