The Flintstones by Jim Shore

We yabba-dabba-doo love The Flintstones™ collection by Jim Shore, and we know you will too – they’re the modern stone-age family!

This beautifully fun new collection of figurines combines all the charm of beloved characters — including Fred Flintstone, Betty and Barney Rubble — with Jim’s own unique style. His signature style is the result of his love of folk art — instilled in him by artistic parents as a child — and reflects the patience he learned from his master quilter grandmother. His stylised florals, careful scrollwork and geometric patterns perfectly complement the clean, simple style of The Flintstones, and adds a colourful, retro chic to the town of Bedrock — itself having been a stylish, fantasy-based reimagining of the past.

Created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, the iconic series began to entertain television audiences on 30th September 1960, and was groundbreaking in its format — being the first animated programme to include a full half hour self-contained story. Previously, such shows had comprised multiple segments, and the dilemmas characters faced, delivered with a wonderful balance of satire and slapstick have ensured that The Flintstones remains as popular today as it was when it first hit our screens.

Have a yabba-dabba-doo time, and take a little piece of Bedrock home with you — whether it’s Twinkle Toes Fred, or the heart-warming Beautiful Bond, featuring Wilma and Pebbles, they are sure to prompt a nostalgic smile and bring out your inner child.

THE FLINTSTONES and all related characters and elements © & ™ Hanna-Barbera. (s16)

© 2016 Jim Shore Designs


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