Remember Polly Pocket? Children of the ’80s and ’90s loved toying with the miniature play sets.
What you might not remember is that the sets were a work of parental genius. Chris Wiggs built the very first set for his own daughter in an empty makeup compact in 1983.
Today, Polly Pocket has been reimagined in countless ways. Now a part of Mattel, Polly has a whole new bunch of sets that appeal to the modern girl. From seashells to Saturn, Polly has soared to new heights.
Now we’re discovering another brilliant reimagining from TheToyZone. The review site, which promises to make it easier to match kids with toys they’ll love, worked with CGI artist Jan Koudela. Jan created ultra-real-looking Polly Pockets from the fictional worlds. If Lego can work across franchises, why not Polly?
Now we can get an idea of what it would look like if we could get compact-size versions of our favorite film and TV homes, from The Simpsons to Stranger Things.
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