Squishable unveils two new Andew Bell plush collabs

Nov 27 // Natalie Kipper
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Plus, another massive plush has been spotted!

During Squishable's Cyber Monday hub-bub, site-goers may have noticed two additions to the plush roster. The two new members of the Squishable family, Deville and Batty, were created in collaboration with Andrew Bell. You may recognize Deville when he was teased nearly a year ago under the working title "monster-thingy." I think I sort of like his working title better but it wasn't up to me. He did turn out great, though, with his little goatee and crooked tail. Even though he debuted yesterday, his initial stock is already about a quarter sold. The second collaboration, Batty, really cracks me up. I can't tell if it's his perfect bat nose or the bug eyes but I find him totally endearing. Plus, those outstretched batwings looked perfect for hugging, don't you think? Deville and Batty cost US$42 each.

This was the second time Andrew teamed up with Squishable Inc. to create toys (the first being the Worrible). And speaking of the Worrible, I spotted a massive Worrible plush in the special blood drip colorway over at Andrew's online store. What makes a Squishable "massive?" Well, typical Squishables are 15 inches in diameter but this big guy is a whopping 24 inches. The massive Worrible in blood drip colorway costs US$160 (free shipping in the United States, thank god).

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Natalie Kipper, Associate Editor/Plush Guru
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Living in "The Room of a Thousand Eyes," Natalie Kipper is a plush enthusiast who steadfastly refuses to grow up. As a Tomopop Associate Editor, she focuses on plushes of all kinds as well as Dis... more   |   staff directory

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