There’s a lot to love about Ugly Dolls, but my favorite thing is their backstory. Two designers in a long distance relationship were trying to keep the flame alive. David Horvath sent Sun-Min Kim letters accented with drawings of a funny little character called “Wage.” As a surprise, Sun-Min transformed Wage into a charismatic, soft fleece toy and sent him to David. A retailer caught a glimpse of the gift (or prototype), and behold, an empire was born.
The thing that makes Uglydolls truly remarkable is their appeal. We give them as baby gifts. We collect them with our kids. We send them off to college with our teenagers. And we keep them on our desks at work. No one is too young or too old to fall in love with an Uglydoll.
Today’s prize package includes a whole collection of Uglydolls. You can spread the love or keep them all for yourself. We won’t tell. Enter to win.