‘Rosy Red’ and ‘Tea For Two’ Encore Blythes

“Rosy Red” and “Tea for Two,” were two extremely popular dolls from the early days of Neo Blythe. Now they return as the Superior Blythe! “Rosy Red Encore” will be available only at official Blythe shops whereas “Tea for Two…

The New Perfect Petite Series

Three new Perfect Petite Series Blythe Dolls will be launched by CWC. “Asian Butterfly”,”Paisley Star” and “Cosmo Afternoon” Petites return with sleepy eyes and movable bodies! All three types will go on sale on January 27, 2006. Perfect Asian Butterfly…

CWC and Gallery LELE present Scary Girl

The creator of the famous character Scary Girl, Nathan Jurevicius is having his first exhibition in Japan! CWC Tokyo presents original Scary Girl paintings and figures. The Australian artist, who now lives in Toronto, is coming to Gallery LELE for…

REVIEW: Samedi Marche Blythe

The winner of our Best Toy Line for the Females was everyone’s favorite fashion doll – Blythe. As you probably know, Blythe is a joint production between, CWC, Hasbro and Takara. They are referred to as Neo-Blythes, since they are…

The Darling Blythe Book

“Darling Blythe”, the book for Blythe fans filled with just about all the fun activities and features on Blythe, is now available. It comes with many tips on how to enjoy Blythe with sewing patterns and other useful information for…

REVIEW: Asian Butterfly Encore Blythe

So have you become a fan of the wide-eyed Blythe girls yet? These are the fashion dolls with the color changing eyes. Just pull the string on the back of her head…she closes her eyes…and different color eyes magically appear….

New Neo Blythe

The collaboration by “Pom Ponnet,” a sophisticated, French-taste children’s apparel brand and CWC have given birth to the Neo Blythe “Rendez-vous Chouchou”. The skirt of the dress she wears is gorgeously embroidered with a scene from Paris. The scene included…

REVIEW: Blythe – Rose Bud

With the Behind Blythe exhibition currently touring the United States, folks are beginning to take notice of this unique, wide-eyed doll. Some male collectors might consider them “girlie”, but there are plenty of collectors who really enjoy the Blythe look….

Behind Blythe Moves to Portland

Just Be Design/Compound Gallery is proud to present Behind Blythe An exhibition of the revival of Blythe dolls by Japan’s Cross World Connections (CWC) Find out more about the development of neo Blythe that began and grew in Asia. November…

INTERVIEW: We Chat with CWC’s Junko Wong

Plastic and Plush chats with Junko Wong, the founder President of CWC, about the reemergence and rejuvenation of the Blythe Doll. Blythe was originally created by Kenner in 1972 and was only produced for one year due to poor sales….