You will probably notice that I have two little daughters. Sometimes when I am writing the daily post, I show it to them. Today they have fallen in love with this sweet furry friends duvet cover.
So here you have it. No architecture, no deco, no construction blocks…. just one duvet.
Lovely, isn’t it? Read more
Isabel + Helen is a creative partnership based in London specialised in set design and interactive installations.
Today we look back to revisit last year’s Isabel + Helen exhibition. Commissioned by the V&A for the ‘White Nights’ Friday Late exhibition, celebrating Russian art and culture, they created an interactive installation celebrating the Constructivist design movement Read more
BIG MAMA is a pregnant mom that when you turn her tummy you can see her baby’s face.
It is another great wooden toy from WatCat (Watermelon Cat Company). A company founded in The Netherlands by Juan Alonso and Susana Aparicio Lardiés (architects, designers and artists).
They are also in charge of a web-shop specialized in modern design toys.
Today we post a great discovery we made during last Christmas: Pinja’s home.
Pinja is a Finnish designer, blogger and mom that shows her point of view about life style, colors, design, home decor, and of course, cool kids’ stuff.
When families grow, their houses change. There are two types of family houses with kids. There are families that live in a house in an absolute chaos and families that make their houses grow at the same speed of kids.
Just take a look at the photographs and you will know which type it is Pinja’s home. Read more
Multidisciplinary photographer Sam Kaplan pushes the limits of still life, using candies, cookies and tea cakes, and turning them into edible semi-architectural structures. Then, he photographed them in primarily static, symmetrical compositions using nothing but great lighting and meticulous attention to detail.
And of course, after the working session, you can eat them!
A series of posters targeting parents, dramatising the real-world benefit of this classic children’s modelling compound by highlighting the worst online life problems.
The saddest part of this campaign, is that we all have this problems…