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LMNOP Archive for January, 2012
French design agency, e-glue are true specialists when it comes to conceptual design for kids, so it’s no surprise their latest idea is a beauty
This charming duck-inspired piece is e-glue’s answer to toy storage and boasts some pretty cool fixtures including a lifelike beak rail and jazzy, yellow rimmed wheels.
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You can’t beat a handmade valentine, but if you’re short on time we’ve got you covered. Here are three simple ways to capture the attention of your sweetheart, using a little creativity and a few stationery items from our friends at kikki-K.
You’ll be popular when you pass out these ready-made, heart-shaped note cards on [Read More]
Surya and David Pinto developed an insatiable curiosity about how infants’ visual brains develop when their own son, Siddu was born. Fast-forward to the birth of baby Anya three years later, and their funky kids’ art business, Wee Gallery, has also made its debut. Here’s a peek inside their unconventional world.
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Sadly, Moomah announced over the weekend it would be closing it’s doors on April 1. Tribeca locals will miss this all in one, café, art gallery, nature museum and creative play space, for sure.
But it’s not all sad news. Founder Tracey Stewart has promised the best of Moomah will be preserved in an exciting new non-profit [Read More]