Ugly Worm is a toy for children, created by Pretty Ugly, LLC. Part of the Uglydoll family, Ugly Worm was the 2007 winner of “Creative Child’s Seal of Excellence Award.” The company sells all sizes of the Ugly Worm, but the most popular size is the 2-foot Uglys-Uglyworm. The Ugly Worm is also available as a keychain. The keychain consists of an Ugly Worm on a work hook. The 7” tall Ugly Worm was also a 2007 winner of “Creative Child’s Seal of Excellence Award.” Ugly Worms have been sold around the world in the U.S., France, and Canada, to name a few.
Other Pretty Ugly products include action figures, Ugly Worm t-shirts, Ugly Worm games, and Ugly Worm books and stationery. Pretty Ugly can be contacted at:
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From the creative minds of two love struck artists David Horvath and Sun-Min Kim emerge the Uglydoll family! What started as a drawing of a playful orange character known as Wage has turned into a whole new world of fun! In 2001, when David’s soon to be wife and creative partner Sun-Min had to return to Korea, he sent her many “I miss you” letters with his little Wage character drawn at the bottom. Sun-Min sewed Wage into a plush doll and sent him to David as a surprise gift. David asked Sun-Min to sew a couple more for the Giant Robot store in Los Angeles and they sold out in one day! A very excited Sun-Min sewed many more and those sold just as fast! Sun-Min and David then began to pull more characters from the Uglyverse, a universe where UGLY meant unique and special, to translate into plush Uglydolls.
They both met again at their very first Uglydoll Toy Fair booth (a small 6×6 booth made of felt and wood) in New York, where they would go on to win Toy Of The Year 4 years later! Now the award-winning Uglydoll characters are available in a variety of sizes and styles of plush, and are available at specialty retailers worldwide, and you can learn all about the Uglyverse through the Ugly Guides published by Random House.