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416 507 0000 info@studiopazo.com

STOCK QUANTITIES SHOWING ARE IN STORE

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Hoptimist Large Smiley Love

$45.00
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The admiring glances can shine so brightly that you have to put on sunglasses. This smart Hoptimist is in control of it all, and with his cool attitude, he exudes that he knows very well that he is thoroughly cool. H 8 cm, D 5 cm The so-called emojis or "Smileys" are used to express moods and emotions when our own smile cannot be seen. In this way, the small icon helps to emphasize what we write and feel. With the happy face, we share the good mood and the positive mood – just as the Hoptimist's indomitable jump makes the smiles spill from person to person. With a strong belief in the power of smiles, Gustav Ehrenreich in the late 1960s created his happy Hoptimist movement. The goal was to create a character that was an eternal reminder to stay positive and optimistic. For although the 1960s are often referred to as "The Happy '60s," the decade was marked by unrest. Therefore, Ehrenreich's design was a welcome joy spreader in an otherwise turbulent time.

MATERIAL: Plastic

SIZE: H: 14 cm, Ø: 10 cm