Anthropomorphic Seagram’s

Kyle Dayton
Submitted by Kyle Dayton December 7th, 2009
Certifikitsch Winner

I’ll admit that I find this one a bit disturbing, but just had to add it to my collection. This ’70’s bendable plush stands 15 inches tall. His mate is an equally compelling 7-Up plush can also with four limbs (I would have included it, too, but can’t find it at the moment). They both have little pieces of velcro on their hands, which allows them to pose together in nifty ways. Watch this flexible fellow do his happy dance:

7 Responses to “Anthropomorphic Seagram’s”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    This submission is fantastic in so many ways. #1, It’s a liquor bottle and it’s a toy. #2,The design of it is really great and it totally works as an anthropomorphic figure. #3, plush is perfect. #4, The lengths you’ve gone to in order to show us how great the object is as well as your relationship to it. The photos are very well thought out, the background is perfect and he’s a very good dancer.

  2. MeshuggaMel

    MeshuggaMel

    Wow! This reminds me of the cartoons where there are two guys stranded in a lifeboat or a desert island and one starts imagining the other is a hot dog or something, only this is for lushes!

    The dance is fab, too. Is he doing the “Hustle”?

    • Kyle Dayton

      Kyle Dayton

      Hello Mark, and thank you very much for that extremely clever idea…wish I would’ve thought of it first [chuckle], but nonetheless, I love the idea of immortalizing him in a flip book. Have a happy and prosperous New Year!