5 Responses to “Make your own Jungle animals…”

  1. Allee Willis

    I actually think some peacocks do live in the jungle. I researched that yesterday when I posted the Perfect Pink Peacock: https://www.alleewillis.com/awmok/kitschenette/2010/07/26/perfect-pink-peacock/

    I love that these are called Bean Bag Jungle Animals. I would’ve hoped for something I could sit on. I can’t believe they didn’t blow these patterns up so kids could actually get pillows and chairs out of them.

    I love the jungle set all the animals are in on the pattern envelope.

    (The AWMOK Jungle Animal Petting Zoo is a scenic attraction whose cages are currently being filled to coincide with the release of the upcoming Pomplamoose with Allee Willis “Jungle Animal” VideoSong and online music game and contest. Jungle tamer, AWMOK creator, curator and charming hostess, Allee Willis, me, will be steadily leading jungle animals to their cages over the next 1-2 months or so as you bring them here until the song is released. If ever there ever was a category that was primed to be kitschified it’s that of “Jungle Animal” as all the stripes, spots and fur have been inspiration for designers since the beginning of time. I thank you all in advance for placing your jungle pets in such an illustrious cage as The Allee Willis Museum of Kitsch. Keep them coming!)

  2. MyFunCloset

    Yes, if they were all super sized or mutated into more than beanies sized pets each would have much more impact. I can’t believe the effort it takes to even make one of these creatures. I only sew straight lines. That said, I really like the pop eyes they all share.

  3. Mark Blackwell

    this looks more like “bummed out bean bag jungle animals” – they all look incredibly depressed and/or somewhat confused about the proceedings at hand…what a scene! perhaps it’s a result of their all having congregated around that light blue solid plastic area that they obviously initially took to be water…

    • windupkitty

      hahaahaha….yeah, the gathering around the watering hole was almost insulting (seriously, they’re all thinking”did you get the same invitation?”…. especially considering that the pattern called for all the jungle animals to have eyes so close together, it made them true victims of darwinism….poor little cyclops bean bags…..yeah, the peacock definitely seems to be saying “eh, what else am i gonna do?”
      the only wild peacocks i’ve ever seen have been in scotland and i truly do miss them terribly…..

  4. Douglas Wood

    Ha ha! Mark hit the nail on the head. All of these creatures look depressed and bewildered, verging on catatonic. Peacocks displaying their full feathers usually look proud and confidant but this guy looks awkward and embarrassed. Even the monkey who’s clearly struck the mother lode of bananas can’t muster up any enthusiasm.