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October 26, 2004

{     Mr. Wizard Micro Plush - Friends With You & StrangeCo     }    

I love Friends With You. Unabashedly and with all my heart- they make some of the most incredible, unique and beautiful hand-constructed toys and plush in the collectible market, every piece is a treasure. The folks at StrangeCo are well aware of the appeal and arcane powers of Friends With You products, and the two have teamed up to share the love in a whole new way. The most recent expression of that love is the Mr. Wizard Micro-Plush series. They couldn't have picked two better characters for the micro-treatment, with Malfi and Red Flyer representing in a 3-inch format. If you've ever owned a Friends With You piece you already know all about the special luck-enhancing powers of these strange creatures, and the micro versions pack in just as much mojo at a fraction of the cost and size. Included with each blister-carded piece are a random set of three magical luck amulets for you to collect and add to each character's tie cord. Just make sure to hang them somewhere close-by to get the maximum benefit of their mysterious power. Improving your life has never been easier, or more adorable. Based upon their concept film Mr. Wizard and the Legend of Speed developed for Nike Labs, (viewable at the FWY website) the Micro-Plush allow you to interact with the Friends With You mythology first hand. Whether you want to recreate your favorite moment from the short film, or just draw upon the legendary power, the Micro-Plush series is there for you. Just like a Friend should be.

     » StrangeCo
     » Friends With You (see Mr Wizard and the Legend of Speed)

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damn… i just bought one! i have sooooo many stupid shit plush toys for my baby. i just had to have one cool one, right?

Posted by: Thomas Romer at October 27, 2004 6:09 AM

I'm glad you picked one up- Friends With You are rocking plush on a whole 'nother level. I only have one of their larger pieces, and not enough money to pick up more, so I was super-psyched to get my hands on these.
Their character designs are just incredible.
You should also check out their hand-made wooden toys, The Good Wood Gang. It seriously flipped my shit-switch.

Posted by: Adam at October 27, 2004 8:02 PM
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