“Your Childhood Post Apocalypse”: This Artist Makes Scary But Cute Zombie Plush Toys – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

“Your Childhood Post Apocalypse”: This Artist Makes Scary But Cute Zombie Plush Toys

J. Hricak from Louisville, KY, USA is a single parent and horror enthusiast who spends his spare time creating Undead Toys and once again proving that the internet is an extremely weird place!

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