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CULTURE Published: July 25, 2019 Updated: July 27, 2019  |  WORDS: Staff

Fools Paradise toys: A perfect addition to your Kaws and Bearbricks collection

Looking to add more art toy collectibles to the Kaws and Bearbricks figurines in your display case? Fool Paradise toys might be what you’re looking for.

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The toys add a playful spin to some of the most popular cartoon characters and superheroes known to man.

Fools Paradise is a made-to-order art toy manufacturer that has amassed a huge following for their playful designs. Most of their toys feature famous characters like Super Mario and Popeye the Sailor Man that have either been fitted with exaggerated muscle definition or unconventional designs. For instance, one of their best sellers happens to be a Super Mario art toy that has been made to recreate classic movies such as Forrest Gump and Leon: The Professional. Other characters they have used for their toys include superheroes Batman and Superman as well as basketball legend Michael Jordan.


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What makes Fools Paradise toys particularly interesting is the fact that they draw inspiration from streetwear for their designs. Their Michael Jordan figurines come in both the white and red versions of the Off White Air Jordan 1s. Other sneakers you can see on their toys include the Air Mags and Nike Air Max 97 silhouettes.


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Each Fools Paradise art toy costs around US$350 (approx. S$480) and are usually limited to at most 500 pieces worldwide. Do check out their Instagram page or their web catalog to add one these limited-edition toys to your collection.

Are such toys worth the money or are they overrated? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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