My Little Pizza is an Italian pizza by the name of Paolo. Paolo’s mother and father named him this because he was tiny but had a big heart. For example, Paolo once rescued a goat from the evil Pineapple Pizza Gang. Paolo never really liked shoes because no matter how small the size was, it was too big for Paolo’s feet. He also just discovered he liked the taste of pizza and his favorite flavor was himself. Everyone loves his cheesy jokes.
Lyla and Piper Tolleson are budding toy designers. Along with their dad, Scott Tolleson, the girls created My Little Pizza when they were 5 and 8 years old. Piper enjoys dancing, sketching, and playing. Lyla loves to read, draw, and play video games. Both girls enjoy filming weekly episodes of Blind Box Playhouse with their dad and having weekly drawing lessons.
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Scott Tolleson and Kidrobot have collaborated on many award winning projects over the years, including the Krampus 5" Dunny, King Howie 8" Dunny, King Howie 3" Dunny, Pipken Labbit, The Odd Ones Dunny Mini Series, the Imperial Lotus Dragon 8" Dunny and many more.
Scott has been interested in toys and art since he was a child growing up in Atlanta, GA. At 16, he moved to Southern California, where he eventually attended Cal State Fullerton and earned a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Illustration. Since 1998, Scott has worked for the Walt Disney Company in Entertainment Productions where he has designed pieces for various parades, venues and merchandise.
Scott has also been busy outside of Disney. He is happiest when he is working on multiple projects. Past productions include the Tricycle Terror, Big Rollin' Rascal, Deadbeet, Kookie No Good, Otis & Otto and his recent line of original characters featuring Malicus & Trayjus. Scott also created the Nosellots plush line in 2011 which features 5 original characters. He has collaborated with a variety of companies including: Kidrobot, Google, Skybound, October Toys, Freak Store, Toy2R, 3dRetro, Topps, Clutter, Mighty Jaxx & Pobber. Currently, Scott is designing Walking Dead & Invincible blind box series for Skybound.