Went to MOSH’s Toytopia exhibit the night of the Playworld Mini Comic-Con. But I’ll admit, I was much more interested in the exhibit on the history of toys. A little … Continue reading MOSH Toytopia in Pictures
As we well know, toys are as old as time – A Timeline of the History of Miniatures: From Ritual and Religious Object to Plaything and Collectible The History and Psychology … Continue reading 120+ Photographs of People with Toys, Library of Congress, 1840-1950
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Miniatures have taken the world by storm. And why wouldn’t they? The internet allows the spread of their tiny glory to miniacs all over the world.…
Today we’re not going to talk about the Polly Pockets, Fashion Pollys, Barbies, Bratz and Beanie Babies. Although all those things hold a very important place in my childhood and … Continue reading The Toys I Loved
We listen to Spotify at work and every few songs for the past week there was a Walmart ad talking about the big toy catalog release on November 2. You … Continue reading Walmart Toy Catalog 2019
I was a kid in the 90s and early 2000s. I remember fervently looking through the toy section of the JC Penny’s catalog, dog-earing pages and even cutting out the pictures of the best toys and placing them in my view binder cover. Target, Walmart and Amazon all released printed versions of their catalogs this year. Worse for the environment I have to admit, but I was also stoked about it.
And while there’s so much more I can talk about in this scale, I’m here to talk about the magic of Lundy. I don’t own any, but I’ve often admired it, and for some reason it just feels so genuine and pure. Lundy is a Swedish company, so just think Ikea, but tiny.
Are you a fan of Kinder Joy or Kinder Surprise? I managed to get my hand on a whopping 75 if them. Lets see what surprises I get!