The Swedish toy company Acne JR launches a line of five new iconic products. A soft toy puppy and apple, a tin drum, a wooden skull and a denim version of their classic teddy bear Chester. Traditional, toys in a modern design. Acne JR is also opening a webshop at the same time. Acne JR is part of the Acne Family company group, founded in 1996, which works within design, media and fashion.

Äpple – A big soft toy apple with detachable worm.

A red big soft toy apple

Bell – A soft toy puppy in red denim with a bell around her neck.

Soft toy puppy with a bell around her neck

Trumma – A tin can drum in three different colours with a pair of bamboo drumsticks. After playing, take the lid off and store stuff inside.

A tin can drum in three different colours with a pair of bamboo drumsticks

Chester – A classic teddy bear with address label. Denim edition. Chester was first released in 2008.

A light brown leather toy from Acne JR

Chester Denim  The Swedish teddy bear, now in a fashionable cuddly denim edition

A nametag on the backside of the toys

Kranium – A wooden skull with secret compartment. For keeping memories.

Wooden skull with secret compartment.

Hobby -Handmade bamboo dolls with burned details.

Bamboo dolls with burned details

Ballong – Screen printed in five different colours. Secret gift included.

Art print posters

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  1. Debbie says:

    Jun 1, 2011

    The toys are nice, I like the skull. However, Acne is a bit of an unfortunate word in the English language.The people who gave the company that name must have known that before they did it.

  2. Chris says:

    Jun 1, 2011

    I agree Debbie…I cringed when I saw the name! Love the toys and the overall style though! The apple and the skull are fantastic!

  3. Harriet says:

    Jun 5, 2011

    It is an acronym for “Ambition to Create Novel Expressions”

  4. oxygen in can says:

    Jun 15, 2011

    i like the red puppy bell,very cute.

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