Playmobil is one of the most recognizable toy brands for young children. Because they last long and are nearly unbreakable, there are approximately 2.8 billion Playmobil figures on the planet, according to the company, or more than one for every three people.
In 1974, the company presented its first almost 3-inch Playmobil figures at the Nuremberg Toy Fair. The first figures were a Native American, a knight and a construction worker. It has since introduced princesses, police, pirates, soccer players and firefighters, among other characters.
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FRANKFURT—Horst Brandstätter, the man behind Germany’s popular Playmobil figures, died last week after a short illness at the age of 81, the makers of Playmobil said Monday.
Look Up presents Greek artist Nikos Papadopoulos’s colorful series, ‘Plasticobilism’ — a series of images inspired by the artist watching his young son play with Playmobil figures. The exhibition provides a thought-provoking comment on current refugee issues.