Posts Tagged ‘toys’

Hollow Shells

Saturday, July 27th, 2013



Hollow Shells is a London based artist and model maker working across a range of media. Mostly prosthetics by day and plush and resin toys and puppets by night.

They like Monsters and Robots the most (though owls and chameleons and anything with tentacles are high up the list),  making each piece from original designs, patterns and sculptures. Each piece is painstakingly finished and carries its own individual character.


Macasita Matryoshka

Friday, July 13th, 2012


Oooh I just love matryoshka’s and panda’s! What a terrific mix.

Macasita House make lovely handmade matryoshka’s plushies and we just adore them all. Go take a look at their stuff cos it rocks.


Sunday, March 27th, 2011

With sharp mountain peaks on one side and thickly forested plains on the other, Carrara Island rises majestically from the Pacific Ocean.

Like all worthy places of interest, there are a great many stories to tell about this island. But what good is a story without some characters to meet and greet? Exactly, not very interesting at all! Well, this island happens to be inhabited by a group of characters almost as remarkable as the island itself, and with the word “remarkable” in the sentence, you know something exciting is bound to happen. They are the Pecanpals and as much as I would love to introduce them all to you now, it is far better for you to find out yourself.

The above extract was taken from the website go there and check out all of the characters and cute artwork.

Pecanpals rule!

ToysField Kuma and Usagi

Monday, March 7th, 2011

I think I’ve fallen in love! Kuma  and Usagi  are sweet retro looking bears and bunnies by ToysField. Sadly they are produced by Takara Tomy in Japan and not currently available outside of Asia.

These ball jointed sweeties measure 25cm and can stand on their own. There is also a smaller 10cm Kuma that is a perfect companion for your Blythe.

We hear Takara are currently looking for European distributors so we wait in hope.

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