Toy store launches ‘Faria Limer’ doll, inspired by the financial center of SP
Boneco is inspired by the stereotype of patrons of one of the main avenues in the city of São Paulo, Brigadeiro Faria Lima
The Corbe Toys store, which sells items such as jigsaw puzzles by the bands Sepultura, Ratos de Porão and Angra and the singer Pabllo Vittar, as well as action figures, is launching the doll “Faria Limer”. The product, intended only over 18 years old is inspired by the stereotype of the regulars of one of the main avenues in the city of Sao PauloBrigadeiro Faria Lima, considered the business and financial center of the city.
The doll is currently on pre-order and is expected to begin shipping to buyers on November 1st. “Put on your ‘PX’ vest, fill your three-hundred-count fashion glass with ‘beja’, and unlock your electric scooter in the app to get into this great meme that is FARIA LIMER!” reads the product description on the company’s website. store.
According to Corbe Toys, its mission is to entertain and propose questions and reflections through products that represent cultural icons from Brazil and Latin America, with humor and nostalgia. With its products, the company claims to want to honor and value artists, relevant historical figures and also interesting characters from the popular imagination.
On its Instagram profile, the store published, in stories, that it should soon also launch “Santa Cecilier”. The post brings a photo of a living room with decor that refers to the stereotype of young people called by their nickname, who are known for living in the Santa Cecília neighborhood in apartments with wooden floors and lots of plants, and also for liking cats.