Wit Puppets is an Icelandic company founded by Guðmundur Þór Kárason in 1994. The company has been designing, building and performing puppets for various TV commercials, programs and theater plays. Wit Puppets collaborated with LazyTown Entertainment between 1998 and 2002.
Wit Puppets' involvement in LazyTown ranges from character building to performing some of the characters themselves.
Collaboration with LazyTown
Wit Puppets built 13 foam-latex puppets for LazyTown in 1999. The puppets were used for TV commercials, production videos and theater plays promoting LazyTown:
Wit performed puppets for over 60 LazyTown live shows, the most notable are:
- Lazytown stage performance (2002)
- Lazytown show at Neal Scanlan Studio (2003)
- Glanni Glæpur í Latabæ (1999)
- Unaired pilot episode (2002)
- Promotional video for LazyTown (2000)
- CD-Rom disc for the "LazyTown" project (1999)
- A Brief Introduction To G.Thor Karason's Puppetry (1999)
- The making of the LazyTown puppets (2001)
- LazyTown puppets (2001)
- Press (2001)