Fisher Price museum open for business

An old Logo that we love.


Each exhibit has been lovingly crafted by renowned U.S. artist and designer Leila Fakouri – who has previously designed sets for brands including Chanel, Nike, Gap and Levis – and features a classic Fisher-Price toy that has been stylised to match the look and feel of the decade the toy was first on sale.
Leila’s multimedia approach blends a unique combination of eclectic design, textural form, bold colour palettes, and creative subject matter in a highly visual environment – even using dimensions and textures of a real museum.
The Chatter Telephone, Granny Doodle, Barky Puppy, Rock A Stack, Play n’ Go Activity Walker are among the family-favourite playthings to be featured in the first-of-its-kind digital exhibition that celebrates the company’s 90-year legacy.
Fisher-Price Toy Museum launches 16 October and will be hosted at the official Fisher-Price Instagram page at
 The Coaster Boy 
Little People
 The Chatter Telephone 
Fisher-Price Gold Star Stagecoach 
Little People Wheelies 

About Peter Jenkinson

Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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