Today we want to explain you a very fun experience for family trips. The main ingredients are one camera, two little girls and one trip abroad. The day before leaving, give a camera to your children. And explain them that they have complete freedom to use it as they want. Read more
Some adventures start with “If I receive 50 likes I will…”. In this case, New Zealand artist Benjamin Lloyd promised that if he got 50 likes he would draw temporary tattoos for all the kids at Auckland’s Starship Children’s Hospital. Read more
Where children sleep is a powerful photo series made by James Mollison, a great photographer born in Kenya and grew up in England. Mollison traveled around the world making visual stories of diverse children, capturing the differences between the lifestyle of kids from different countries, told through portraits and pictures of their bedrooms.
one 8 years old girl
56 recycled cardboard boxes
basic paint colors
various yellow and black paper sheets to cut near 500 windows
more than 200 people drawn
A giant octopus, smooth and colorful, with its long tentacles twisted invades the space of the Museion in Bolzano reserved for its youngest visitors: it is called Octopus and the solution emerged from the imagination and research of a group of students of the course Interior and Exhibit Design of the Faculty of Design and Art of Bolzano, who, with the guidance of Professor Giorgio Camuffo, were asked to think of a versatile space, stimulating and safe for children who visit the museum.
Located in Lormont, on the right bank of Bordeaux, the Genicart district is a housing estate built in the sixties. In addition to restoring the buildings, the project proposes to create green ways, sporting equipments, traffic lanes and socializing sites in order to totally transform this district making it a contemporary car-free area.
As a part of this renovation area, there is this playground developed by BASE. It is intended as a compact and partially transparent object made with perforated metal panels at the centre of an area entirely dedicated to children’s games that gives a new purpose to an underused site.