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New Vinyl Toys Based on Iconic Celebs from the TOONSTAR Range of Caricatures

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London, England / http://www.myprgenie.com/ via ACCESSWIRE / Mar 12, 2014 / A London based company is seeking funding to develop vinyl toys & accessories based on caricatures designed by a UK clothing company called Toonstar. The characters are based on iconic celebs from the 80′s and 90′s which have a retro pop culture feel.

If you grew up in the 80′s, the characters will be instantly recognizable and with over 200 characters there is sure to be one you or a buddy will want to hang out with.

To kick off with the figures we are looking to launch with are Mojo, Undercover, The Bling Team & Spirit. There is also scope to develop today’s top celebs, such as Cooks & 3D, should we hit the stretch goals.

In addition, there are also 8 keychains made up of various characters to complement the guys and take out with you.

To gain the funds and create brand awareness, the project has been added to the Kickstarter platform closing on 31 March 2014.

Contact: Salvador Briggman, salvador@crowdfundingpr.org, 339-203-2841

ReleaseID: 412975

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