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Much Loved: Photos of Old Stuffed Animals by Mark Nixon

Published Mar 20, 2015

Award-winning photographer Mark Nixon documents the wear and tear caused to teddy bears and other stuffed animals that have been lovingly abused after years of play.

His new book “Much Loved” collects the nostalgic photographs and their accompanying background tales.

You can get your own copy of the book here.

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