Chogrin is the artistic pseudonym of Alejandro Fuentes, a Guatemalan-born illustrator, designer, and writer based in Los Angeles, California. He is known for his vibrant and eclectic style, drawing inspiration from popular culture, folklore, and mythology. Chogrin's work has been featured in various exhibitions, magazines, and books, and he has collaborated with a diverse range of clients, including Disney, Cartoon Network, and DreamWorks Animation. Some of Chogrin's notable projects include the creation of the animated series "Welcome to Showside" and the book "1000 Steampunk Creations: Neo-Victorian Fashion, Gear, and Art." He has also curated several art shows, including "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Art Show" and "Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Art Show." Chogrin is highly regarded in the creative community for his skill and versatility, and he continues to push boundaries and experiment with new forms of expression. Chogrin has also made a name for himself in the art toy scene, creating unique and highly detailed designer toys that are often inspired by his own artwork and pop culture icons. Some of Chogrin's most notable art toy releases include "Día de los Muertos" figures, which are based on traditional Mexican sugar skulls and feature intricate designs and patterns. He has also collaborated with companies like Super7 and Kidrobot to release limited-edition figures based on properties like "The Simpsons," "Masters of the Universe," and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." Chogrin's art toys often showcase his signature style and attention to detail, and they are highly sought after by collectors and fans alike. His work in the art toy scene has helped to elevate the medium and bring more attention to the talented artists creating these unique collectibles.