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Jellyface Designer Toy Pillows

I love designer toy pillows because they are practical, cool and so cuddly. Jellyface designs several collections of limited edition designer toys and several of them are pillow shaped.

All the toys from Jellyface have the same history. They are sea creatures who had to flea the ocean due to pollution, and are trying to find a home on dry land. They look cute, but might have a dark side…

Jellyface designer toys are 100% handmade in Italy.

Old fashioned handmade stuffed toy animals

nikoki creates stuffed toy animals with big personalities and an old fashion look. These stuffed toy animals are handmade and several of them have been adorned with embroidery details, like the Rock ‘n’ Roll bear and the sailor bear, which both have gotten their very own tattoos.

Blobby Farm Designer Plush Toys are Back!

Some of you might remember Blobby Farm, and their funny designer plush toys. They said goodbye to us in 2007, and now we’re thrilled to welcome them back!

Blobby Farm plush toys are hand made in Cleveland (OH), out of fabric made from 100% recycled plastic PET bottles! They are limited edition plush toys, so if you see one you like you should adopt it at once!

As part of their (re-)startup, Blobby Farm is running a contest with lots and lots of nice Blobby Farm prizes, so stop by their site if you wan’t a chance to win some of their products. Last day today! Be quick!

Following Blobbies make up the current collection of Blobby Farm plush toys!

Déglingos – Quirky Soft Animal Toys

Delingos Quirky Animal Soft Toys

Délingos are a bunch of very quirky looking soft toy animals and what a cute bunch! Each animal has tons of character and is made of several different fabrics. 50 different fabrics and strings with different textures, colors and patterns were used to make Délingos, so there is plenty to look at, feel and discover for babies and toddlers.

All Délingos have been made with focus on high quality and safety so they’re safe for any age, except Chikos and Pikos which is not recommended for kids under 3 years of age due to the risk of small threads being swallowed.

This product is not available anymore.

Pee&Poo – Forbidden Toys

pee and pooh plush toys
Here’s something different! Emma Megitt, a designer from Sweden, created the cute Pee&Poo characters as her graduation project. She tried to create something that could adress the subject of the bodily functions we all use when going to the toilet, in an amusing and aesthetic manner. She ended up with the Pee and Poo characters.

Pee&Poo not only works well as cuddly plush toys and toilet training buddies, they have also been well received by the adult designer plush fans.

Pee&Poo are sold as plush toys, key rings, stickers and clothing. Resellers can be found here, under “Återförsäljare” in the top menu.

The plush toys duo package, with Pee and Poo, cost USD 32, and the key rings cost USD 7.50 each.

Figments – Soulful Designer Plush

studio04.jpgFirst time I saw Figments I was cruising through all the articles that had been piling up in my feed reader. Not so interesting articles usually gets about 1 sec. of attention while interesting ones get around 20 sec. (if they do not have a lot of text to read). The article about Figments had very little text, but it got about 1 min. of my time!

It was like the Figment characters were alive, and of course I was attracted to the high level of detail put into these characters. One can truly tell that these are one of a kind characters made by the hand of an artist who uses his art to express himself. These artists leave a small piece of themselves in every product, and I believe that’s how the characters end up so very alive and full of soul!

Figment was born out of the artists love for shoes, and that’s clearly visible by the major role the tiny baby sneakers serve in the characters. All the characters are made from carefully chosen fabrics and accessories, and through the process of their making their personalities take shape little by little.

It is a truly great “toy” for those of us who love designer plush with a whole lot of soul.

Figments will be available online when they get their web store up and running, and until then the characters can be found at Lower Haters (San Francisco) and Acycle (Tokyo).

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