Extra money for awesomely-designed inflatables? Cheap ride-on pooltoys? You'll look in vain for brandless, faceless no-name inflatables in our shop. Here’s a line-up of the artists who have created Horseplay Inflatables’ unique products with their diverse and unique flavours. Each inflatable carries the signature or distinctive mark of its artistic creator...
Arin is a veteran designer of inflatable cartoon animals with an unfailing eye for cuteness and good proportions. His characteristic cartoony design style is reflected by the German Heavy Warmblood, the Pink Kangaroo and the Dolphins.
Arin's pointy horse website
Dirty Bird is a Master of drawing pooltoys of all kinds and shades and grades of shininess. And lewdness. The Gothic unicorn is his first pooltoy interpretation to become a real thing. It is edgy, but quite safe for work.
Dirty Bird's quite dirty Twitter feed
James Newland is an illustrator with a pronounced weakness for kinky, rubbery, cartoony and inflatable stuff. When he is not a pooltoy he draws outrageous cartoons that have inspired such things as Blow Me! - the Kinky Sea Lion as well as some of the enamel pins.
Kink up your life here
creates magical ponies (and many other creatures) bringing them to life in traditional and digital art form. With several years of artistic experience behind her, the Pony Floats are her first inflatable product design, adding to her growing portfolio...
is a self-taught artist, who has been drawing pony and furry art for over 4 years. She started out with some traditional artwork before becoming entirely digital. The anthro ponies for the inflatable pillows “Made in Japan” are her first commissions in the Dakimakura style.
Fensu's quite lewd and not-safe-for-work pony art
Back in 2012, Myke Greywolf quit a cushy but soul-crushing DBA job to pursue his dream career, becoming a freelance illustrator. Catering primarily to the pony and furry fandoms, he spent the last few years tirelessly honing his skills to bring to the world some of the highest quality, most tasteful adorasexiness around, which luckily found their way onto the "Made in Japan" inflatable pillows.