I hopped the train to New York yesterday for a day full meetings in the city and in Brooklyn. While in a meeting with my friend Mari, she showed us her book of Kent Rogowski’s Bears. Ordinary teddy bears have been turned inside
out and re-stuffed so each animal’s appearance is created by little intricacies of the manufacturing process. These simple patterns and details
are now prominent physical characteristics,
giving each one it’s own quirky personality…
Those are adorable! This reminds me of when my friend’s dog would do this exact thing to his toys! He would turn these stuffed animals inside out – don’t ask me how! Great post!
i saw these a while back & think theyre insane & adorable
Awuh! They’re so cute! What a great idea 🙂
lol, sooo cute yet a little bit spooky.
The one on the left reminds me of a deconstructed Flat Eric. 😉
These are so sweet. I really love them…and they look like they could use a little love!
These bears make me want to squeeze and nurture them. I would buy them in a second, and I hate collecting stuffed animals.
BTW–I love your work for Urban Outfitters. If I were in the U.S., I’d snatch up those mugs. I’ve been following your blog for a long time and am so happy for your success! : )