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Hell Yeah Sailor Rabbit Plush (Rabby)

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If you're happy and you know you say Hell Yeah!

With features much like the iconic MR. HELLYEAH by the late MAMAFAKA, this Hell Yeah Sailor Rabbit Plush (Rabby) is a no-brainer for every MAMAFAKA collector. Being the first plush we are having on our online shop, we are honored that it is one that pays tribute to a talent gone too soon.

This cutie is not just adorable to look at, but amazing to hold too! Made of soft, fluffy synthetic fur, this plush is oh-so-comfy to cuddle with. It even has soft wires in its ears which allow for varying degrees of bending and straightening, for a little customisability if you like! Its embroidered eyeball and teeth create a variety of textures, making this premium plush an eye-catching display piece. Its faux-leather tag also features a luxurious debossed MAMAFAKA logo.

16.5" Synthetic fur plush
Sealed in clear bag with printed header card
Free shipping worldwide
Limited Edition of 200pcs
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The people who made this possible.

MAMAFAKA

MAMAFAKA

Designer

Born Pharuephon ‘’Tum’’ Mukdasanit (13 September 1978 - 9 September 2013), MAMAFAKA had set his mind on pursuing design from a young age, being influenced by magazines as a child growing up. While he enjoyed an award winning career working at some of the biggest advertising agencies, eventually he left to focus on developing his own style and approach towards design and illustration. Soon after came the inspiration and creation of his signature character, MR. HELLYEAH, which was a hit with his followers worldwide.

Spurred by its popularity, he decided to create his own line of products that featuring this hairy and mysterious one-eyed mustachioed character.

In 2013, Tum unfortunately passed away days after a surfing accident, but the social network phenomenon driven by the Thai people's support and wish to awaken him from the coma spread his name and art throughout the country. Artists in music, fashion and design around the world produced dedicated pieces of art for his funeral.


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