Prismland is a series of educational plush toys that were created to teach young children about three dimensional shapes and geometry. It is made up of Cubert (a cube) and Hexter (a hexagon), who have been adorably dubbed PrismPals. With cute faces, a soft grid pattern and small pastel colored shapes also decorating their exterior, it is hard not to be drawn to these educational plush toys.
Designed by Jess Chen, a Toronto artist and Parsons School of Design/Ontario College of Art and Design graduate, the educational plush toys were created in collaboration with Matthew Mayers, a mechanical engineering graduate from McGill University. Currently seeking funds on Kickstarter, "they aim to expand Prismland into a cross-platform, interactive experience with apps, games, cartoons, and more toys," writes Psfk.
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