They are for sale in specialty shops all over the USA.
You can check out where to find them on their website here.
I spotted the "Twoolies" shown in this post in a gift shop that was part of a Mayan exhibition at the Denver, Colorado, Museum of Nature and Science.
Really, they were among the most unique and zany pieces of art I've ever had the opportunity to see.
They are all handmade by Mayan artisans in the highlands of South Mexico.
While they were all adorable, the zebras were among my faves.
Sindy Posso, an architect, is listed as one of the people involved in their production.
The Toztzil artisans who fashion the colorful animals are an ethnic subgroup of the Maya.
While I loved the Twoolies, which are true pieces of art, their cost was way out of my price range.
I sure loved looking at them and photographing them, though!
DO YOU LIKE THE "TWOOLIES" SHOWN IN TODAY'S POST? IF YES, WHY?