Nostalgia On Canvas. Allan Innman Paints Our Favorite Childhood Toys.

Allan Innman Paintings
Allan Innman, Full Metal Jacket, oil on canvas

If toys from your childhood like Mr. Potato Head, plastic Cowboys and Indians, Lego®s, Strawberry Shortcake, Play•Doh and View-Masters take you back, the paintings of Allan Innman will be like a trip down memory lane.

Allan Innman Paintings

Allan Innman Paintings
above: Dump Truck, oil on canvas, mounted on board

Rendered in oils and acrylics, Allan paints classic toys from the 70s and 80s in a realism style, capturing their colors and spirit. From Gumby and Pokey to Talking Teddy Ruxpin, his collection of works called “Back In The Day” will have ypu yearning to bring out that Susie Bake Oven or indulge in some paste-eating.

Here are a few of my favorites.

Blue Play Doh:
playdoh by allan innman

Turnin’ The Corner:
paintings of childhood toys

Here’s Looking At You Kid (Lego Minifig):
allan innman realism

Legos:
realism art

Lime Chiffon At Charmkin’s Flower Mill:
childhood toys i paintings

Cowboys and Indians:
toy paintings

Sunday Afternoon Nap (Teddy Ruxpin)
talking teddy ruxpin, allan innman, IIHIH 

My Pretty Pony:

Tater Head:
mr potato head art

The View Master:

Gumby and Pokey:

Assorted Toys:

In the artist’s own words:

I was born and raised in Oxford, Mississippi. In May 2006, I graduated with a BFA degree in Graphic Design from The University of Mississippi. I currently work for the University of Mississippi Department of Art as the Visual Resources Specialist maintaining the slide library and digital image library.

above: Allan in his studio

My interest in art extends to all sorts of different mediums. In the past, I have pursued design, printmaking, and painting. My current series of paintings focuses on the idea of evoking nostalgia through childhood toys.

Allan is also an accomplished landscape painter and works in mixed media as well.

Allan Innman

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