Get your feet wet in anatomy or bone up on your physiology with our adorable organs, which have been featured in People, Entertainment Weekly, The Washington Post. Named Best of Toy Fair 2014 by Popular Science magazine. and Best Educational Plush Toy of 2020 by Creative Child magazine.
You’ll find I Heart Guts in top science and health museums, award-winning hospital gift shops and trend-setting toy stores. Both silly and educational, I Heart Guts charming plush organs make learning anatomy irresistible for the wee future doctor or anybody with a body.
Our bare-bones family operation strives to offer plush organs with love, style and geeky puns. We operate out of the Los Angeles metro area and live to serve our customers the best in weird, educational and ridiculous happy human organs.
Founder Wendy Bryan Lazar and 18 of her closest friends.
Oh, now I've gone and made my uterus angry.
These happy colorful organs are the brainchild of Wendy Bryan Lazar, an anatomically obsessed illustrator who loves internal organs and all they do. I Heart Guts plush organs have helped people laugh in the face of illness since 2005. Over ten years later, we now have nearly 40 plush organs for you to love and snuggle.
Special De-liver-y to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia!
We have worked with scores of hospitals and organizations, donating thousands of stuffed organs to the transplant units at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Children's National Hospital in D.C. among others. We have partnered with the American Liver Foundation, American Heart Association, Endocrine Society and scores of other non-profits on educational materials and creative fundraising. Each year, we donate part of our earnings to Partners in Health, Doctors Without Borders and Planned Parenthood.
We are humbled and honored to have been featured in the fine news outlets shown above, among others. Time Out New York said of the guts, “The deliriously happy bunch is sure to put any get-well card to shame,” while Black Book magazine says, “These furry toys can transplant love back into any tired relationship.” Wired blog’s Geek Dad notes, “Imagine the fun of saying, ‘Go upstairs to bed, sweetie, and don’t forget your pancreas.’”