Submit Your Work to Luv-able and Hug-able



Via Plush You!, Kristen writes:

Gallery Hanahou in New York is looking for super fun and unique plush artists to participate in its 3rd annual holiday plush show Luv-able and Hug-able!

The popular NY holiday plush show is coming back to gallery hanahou this December with oodles of handmade plushes for you and yours! Spread warm holiday cheer with adorable, strange, and funny unique plushes made by top plush artists from around the world. This year’s show will have a special theme of “Medium and Mini!”: toys that are either just the right size for hugging or small enough to fit in your pocket, swing from a keychain, or be worn on a pin.

To apply for participation in the show, please send low-resolution photos of 3 or 4 representative examples of your plushes to by July 20th. Please also include your name, contact info, and website URL. gallery hanahou will review the entries and ask selected plush artists to participate in the show. If you are selected for participation, you will be asked to send 4-5 plushes by November 13th. For more information, please contact  

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