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Ohh Deer reveals Mr Men Little Miss collaboration

Gift and stationery brand has reimagined the popular characters for new collection.

Gift and stationery brand Ohh Deer has launched its new Mr Men Little Miss collaboration.

The range was redrawn by illustrator John Bond, who reimagined the popular characters in his own style.

37 characters have been redesigned, initially launching on greeting cards. This will extend into a larger stationery range in the next few months which will include notebooks, coasters, enamel pins and pencil cases.

The card range is now available in all Paperchase stores across the UK, with top stores taking 21 skus. It is also available on ASOS.

“With the Mr Men Little Miss brand essence being all about hand drawn illustrations, we were really excited to work with a brand who could re-illustrate and bring new creativity to our characters,” said Hannah Rowlands, marketing executive at Sanrio.

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