In most of the country, it’s definitely the time of year to be keeping your head covered for warmth, if not for fashion’s sake! Fashion! If you are one of those folks whose sense of humor/style dictates that wearing a warm hat which resembles a small shark chomping on your head is an excellent fashion choice, have I got a deal for you! The Shark Attack Plush Hat is available now and it will fit even a big gigantic head like yours! Look:
Plush hat shaped like a man-eating shark with buggy eyes
Secret pocket with fortune!
Velcro size adjuster
Fits adults and kids heads ( up to 22-1/2″ or 56-59 cm)
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For a band that will plaster its name on, or license its likeness for virtually anything – and I do mean anything – the only thing surprising about these adorable Kiss-sanctioned plush dolls by Funko is what took them so long.
It seems like for the past one hundred million billion years or so, everyone and his mother has been talking about the H1N1 / Swine Flu virus, but nobody I know actually has it. Now you can own your very own Swine Flu Microbe Plush Toy! The H1N1 plushie was created by Drew Oliver, who famously said “I want to do for microbes what Walt Disney did for rodents.” Humorous, educational, and fun, this cuddly little microbe is available from Walmart (of all places) at This Link.
From Modern Urban Living: “Sweet Meats creator, Lauren Venell, took her meat expertise (she comes from hearty butcher stock) and product design skills and combined them to create some delicious looking pillows! Originally starting as a personal art project, demand for the pillows soon grew and now she’s making a killing! If you think meat is neat, check out Sweet Meats for more meat related goodness. Purchasing information available at This Link!
Good Day, and welcome to day two of Gail Blogging about Skulls. Artist / Toymaker Joe Grady has produced his first handmade plushie toys, which he calls “Sklush” (Skull + Plush). While the first two Sklush were made for the Monster Art Rally show (at San Francisco’s Gallery 1988), Joe plans on creating more in the future. Look for him to switch up the colors and graphics so no two will ever be alike.