Czech artist, who plays important role in Czechoslovak design especially thanks to her designs of toys made by the company Fatra Napajedla. The most popular ones were the plastic animals with harmonica body or the inflatable toys that everyone born in the 1960s/1970s remembers from their childhood. She also designed small furniture for children. Her retrospective exhibition triumphed in Paris at 2010 and two years later were her toys displayed at MoMA's Century of the Child exhibition.
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A plastic squeaky toy designed in 1963 by the Czech designer Libuše Niklová. Through her whole career she was setting trends in design of plastic pressed and inflatable toys, then a new field on the market. The toy's accordion-like shape of the body is one of her nine inventions she had patented. The toy is made of PVC, it is in working order, all surface wear and tear is visible in the photographs.