Nathan Baertsch

Nathan Baertsch is a painter, designer, and concept artist. He has worked on multiple toy lines for companies like Mattel, Four Horsemen, Super7, and Creative Beast Studio. His art has been featured on a lot of fan-favorite packaging, including the very popular Mythic Legions toy line.

Rudy Obrero

Rudy Obrero was the original vintage Masters of the Universe box art painter and also painted a number of the maps and some box art for Masters of the Universe Classics. He has worked on many properties and was the style guide artist for E.T., Woody Woodpecker, Peter Pan, The Scorpion King, The Mummy Returns, Universal Monsters, Curious George, Sitting Ducks and The Power Rangers.

Rich Alot

Rich Alot is the co-founder of publisher Blue Milk and co-author of Star Wars: The Vintage Collection Archive Edition book, the ultimate reference guide for one of Hasbro’s most popular lines of 3.75-inch Star Wars toys. Previously, Alot served as brand manager for Tamashii Nations, the premium label from Bandai Japan, where he worked on such lines as S.H. Figuarts, Meisho Movie Realization and Manga Realization, and Soul of Chogokin.

The Sander Brothers

Garrett Sander (on the right) is most notable as the creator of global phenomenon Monster High. He started his toy career as a package designer at Mattel, working on Winx Club, My Scene, and Pixel Chix. He then became a product designer, over seeing Monster High and Polly Pocket. He also designed the 12″ collector She-Ra doll. Currently he is principal designer at Moose toy known for Capsule Chix, Failfix and Sweet Seams.

Darren Sander (on the left) has designed packaging for such Mattel brands as My Scene, Polly Pocket, and Barbie. He designed the Graphic Design USA award winning package for the 12″ Collector She-Ra. Designed the doll and package for the Power-Con exclusive Starburst She-Ra collector figure, and both product and package for the DreamWorks She-Ra toy line. Currently he is the Packaging Art Director for Girls brands at Moose toys having worked on Real Littles, Bluey, and Sweet Seams.