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FAMNIG HJÄRTA Cushion, red

$14.99
Article Number : 
901.361.55
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FAMNIG HJÄRTA Cushion is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
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Who can resist a big hug straight from the heart? FAMNIG HJÄRTA cushion spreads love wherever it goes!
Size
40x101 cm
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-Who can resist a big hug straight from the heart? FAMNIG HJÄRTA cushion spreads love wherever it goes!
Good to know
Recommended for ages from 18 months.
Care instructions
Machine wash, max 40°C, normal process.
Do not bleach.
Tumble drying, low temperature (max 60°C).
Do not iron.
Do not dryclean.
Shrinkage 2%.
Assembled size
Length: 40 cm
Width: 101 cm

Designer
Anna Efverlund
Product description
Fabric: 100% polyester
Filling: Polyester fibres
People & Planet
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love the fingers I am a stuffed animal person. This doesn't have a traditional animal shape but it does the job. The finger spaces fit my hand. So I feel like I am going to sleep holding someone's hand. When I am awake. It is sort of like getting a hug.
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great.very soft and excelentfor kids good color i bought them for my 2 nepheous they liked it and kiss me to say thanks.I made them happy and I am happy too.I shop in ikea when I lived in Euorop I had many good memory over there.now i am living here in USA I visit ikea at least once amonth eating breakfast or lunch I love ikea healthy foods .ikea is the best shop in the world.thank you
Date published: 2017-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nothing says Love like a Hjärta! I adopted Hjärta nearly 12 years ago now and I couldn't have asked for a better companion. Always there for a cuddle or a hug, great to snuggle with at bed time, beaming love to everyone. Got one for my niece as soon as she was old enough, and now she has endless love too.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Medical love I purchased this as a "cough pillow" for a friend who had cardiac bypass surgery. It was a wonderful way for me to give him a hug every time he needed a bit of support.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Heart !!!! The Hearts in San Francisco is a project that debuted in 2004 under the leadership of Nancy Bechtle and Ellen Magin Newman. The work consists of one-hundred-and thirty-one beautiful and inspired heart sculptures created by local artists from the Bay Area. These hearts are placed on display throughout San Francisco for the public to enjoy. The original goal of The Hearts was to raise money for the foundation of the San Francisco General Hospital. At the Union Square in San Francisco, The Heart sculptures easily draw people’s attention, especially the attention of tourists. They can be considered as a symbol of San Francisco’s public art. However, when considering the economic and political purposes of creating the work, it is possible that the art market and gentrification are hidden aspects of the project. The community built these hearts as a publicity stunt. The Hearts in San Francisco shows the relationship between art and money, the art market and foundations today. One of the hearts in Union Square attracts me the most is Tony Bennett’s America’s Greatest City By The Bay (2004). Bennett’s art sculpture is red, and the medium of the painting on the front side looks like an acrylic painting. The image indicates the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The landscape painting does not occupy the whole front space. It is imaginative that Bennett added a smaller heart shape on the surface of the green mountains. The small “heart” was a nice landscape painting with the houses in the center of the painting. Tony used a basic color palette including red, blue, green, yellow and white. The surface of the heart is smooth, reflecting light, making it shine under the sun. Moreover, the statue has a black circular base, which supports the “heart.” A bronze tag with information about the artwork is on the black base. Visitors like to take pictures and selfies in front of the sculpture. The sculpture is accessible because people can sit on the base of the sculpture, or they can even kiss it. The front side of the sculpture is interesting. However, it is disappointing that there is nothing on the back, which seems like the artist only considered the visual effect of one side of the artwork. The heart is facing the pedestrian crosswalk. It is put in a crowded space in downtown San Francisco. People who want to observe the work do not have enough space and they are distracted by the busy commuters passing by. It is also hard to understand the meaning and the artistic intention without spending time to contemplate. The location of public art is always a huge consideration. According to Amanda Evans, a landscape architect and urban designer, most public artworks have been placed in and around central business districts, with some in parks and town centers. She points out that the recent and ongoing revitalization of town centers is providing an opportunity for site responsive artworks to be installed and reflects an understanding of the power of well-placed art in urban landscape. Nevertheless, the location of The Hearts in Union Square is too crowded for people to contemplate an artwork. As a result, the purpose of the artwork becomes more like a PR stunt for the city. When the mobile application Pokémon Go became extremely popular last summer, Union Square was one of the famous places for players to catch rare Pokémon. Since Pokémon Go is an outdoor game, it allows people to pay more attention to their surroundings. In the game itself, some of the Hearts act as “Power Depots” at public spaces so people have more chances to see public art in person through playing the mobile game. Bennett’s heart sculpture is put in a town center so that more people can access it, but that does not mean that it is an ideal place for viewing it. Art critic Groys Boris says, “the public art exhibition practice becomes a place where interesting and relevant questions concerning the relationship between art and money emerge.” According to Boris in his article “Art and Money,” art can be interpreted as a sum of works circulating on the art market. Although the Hearts were created for the foundation, they can still be considered as commercial products for the art market because its economic value is more dominant than the aesthetic and social value. Jerry Saltz has criticized the phenomenon that money and public art are mingled together in this era, which creates an art market driven by interest and business. A similar situation occurs with the Hearts in San Francisco, where the artists are making art on the sculptures with the same shape, scale and materials. The Heart sculptures are like propagandas. Businessmen from the art market want the Hearts to become a kind of “landmark” that people can take pictures of and post them online, so the city is being advertised. In the United States, it is common that some of the public art are funded to propagandize. For example, the symbolic statue of the little girl sharing down the Charging Bull on Wall Street in NYC is also considered as a publicity stunt. Artwork will be meaningless if it becomes commercial and serves only moneyed interests. The art market has negative impacts on public art through its economic and political concerns, and it is a force for gentrification.
Date published: 2017-06-27
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Children are the most important people in the world. That's why their safety is always our highest priority. By performing risk assessments and adhering to the strictest safety standards, we minimize most known risks. But we're not content stopping there. We also insist that all our toys undergo and pass tough tests. We do all this so you can trust that our play furniture is stable and our toys for babies do not contain small parts, long strings or sharp edges. That we only use safe materials goes without saying.

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