Toy Fair: Printies emerge from the inkjet womb

Printies are sheets of pre-sewn fabric ready to be stamped with any design you create or download, using a standard inkjet printer. Just print, stuff and go: manufacturer Techno Source claims it uses no more ink than paper. They'll be offered in six different shapes from fall 2009, with each set costing under $20. You can already start planning your conquests at the official MyPrinties website.

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7 Responses to Toy Fair: Printies emerge from the inkjet womb

  1. cinemajay says:

    Hm. That MyPrinties link is not working.

  2. nixiebunny says:

    It *can’t* use more ink than paper, because the ink emission is controlled by the printer, not the media.

    All it can do is require a second pass through the printer to look up-to-snuff, in which case you’re enabling it to use more ink.

  3. Enochrewt says:

    I must admit that this post was much more interesting/creepier when I thought the headline read:

    Toy Fair: Panties emerge from the inkjet womb

  4. Lea Hernandez says:

    The old-skool printed fabric panels for dolls and pillows kid in me is going “SQWEEEEEL!” &hearts

    I LOVE this!

  5. Chris Furniss says:

    that’s actually really neat. Now all they need to do is market an “adult” version shaped like boobs and wieners and you’ve got *the* hot toy for this holiday season.

  6. RyanH says:

    @ #1
    Well, some media asks for more ink than others from a printer. In the Print Settings where you choose the type of paper? The biggest change that makes is the amount of ink the printer puts down.

  7. dculberson says:

    All kinds of dirty things being printed on a doll are coming up soon, I’m sure. I couldn’t help but see something dirty in the example doll. It’s a product purpose made for the filthy mind.

    Well, that and kids. And scrapbookers.

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