Category: Cool stuff for kids (page 1 of 4)

Wooden artworks by Jui-Lin Yen

Funny little wooden figures and animals, that also double as vases or key hooks, designed by Taiwanese artist Yen Jui-Lin.





Halloween DAB t-shirt

Haha! The  perfect gift for your kids for Halloween! Get it here.

Wooden ruler triangles


Just beautiful, wooden ruler triangles by Danish design brand HAY. Available in three sizes and three color combinations. Available for order here, or if you live in Greece, here.




Designers fidget spinner

It was about time we saw a designers version! This hand spinner is called Anti-Stress Rainbow and it is from Colette, Paris!!


A flexible Lego tape

This is a flexible adhesive tape that turns virtually any surface into a space for LEGO-building! Nimuno Loops was crowdfunded and is going to be ready for production later this year. The tape comes in different colors and is intended basically for Lego-building around corners or on curved surfaces, but I love it so much I could think of a ton of other uses!



A vintage Lego Santa kit

Lego Santa Kit, vintage Lego, Vintage Xmas ornament, Cool toys

Lego Santa Kit, vintage Lego, Vintage Xmas ornament, Cool toys

I love this Lego Santa! This super collectible vintage kit from 1986 was still available on Present and Correct when I posted this.

A dad brings his son’s drawings to life







Haha! This dad takes the drawings of his son and recreates them to make them look real. The result is that some are cute, some are very funny and some are quite terrifying! You can see his Instagram account here.


PinPres shelving system

pin press shelf by ooomydesign

pin press shelf dark by ooomydesign

pin press shelf colors by ooomydesign

pin press shelf red by ooomydesign

Pin Pres is a playful shelving system designed by OOO My Design and handmade in Spain, that adapts to the shape of the items placed on it. Great idea for kids, it could actually make the act of cleaning up the room a playful experience! The obvious use would be for books, but I can imagine it also for storing wine bottles and maybe creating letters or words. Designed by Vanesa Moreno Serna and Nenad Katic, it comes in two sizes and 4 colors.

The Red Turtle

the red turtle poster

the red turtle

the red turtle

the red turtle

Yesterday, we watched the excellent animated film “The Red Turtle” together with the kids, shown as part of the Athens International Film Festival.

The film tells the story of a man washed up on a deserted island populated only by turtles and crabs. Everything changes when, in an effort to escape the island, he meets a red turtle. It’s a really great film,  for both adults and kids. It has no dialogues but that was no problem, it was actually a plus for our youngest daughter. The film touches on all the major life stages: life, death, rebirth, family. The direction, the animation and the watercolors are magical. The film is a co-production of the famous Studio Ghibli (of Totoro) and directed by Dutch-British animator Michaël Dudok de Wit.

Make sure not to miss it!

Kazoo magazine for strong and smart girls

cover kazoo

Now, this is something that combines my search for new and interesting ways to empower our young daughters to feel more confident of themselves, and also my love for design and lettering.

Kazoo is “a magazine for girls that inspires them to be strong, smart, fierce and, above all, true to themselves” as the creators say. In a time that TV and tablets are taking over the free time of young kids, it’s really encouraging to hear that a cool new magazine for girls aged 5-10 years is out. The founder, Erin Bried (a former magazine editor), thought of the concept out of the need to find a cool magazine for her daughter, that doesn’t only tell girls how to look or act. Bried launched Kazoo after a very successful Kickstarter campaign and the first issue was just printed this summer and is already sold out! All of their stories are either developed or inspired by top female artists, explorers, scientists, chefs, athletes, activists and writers. How inspiring is that for little girls?

Design wise for the first issue, Bried has used a selection of the best illustrators and letterers around. Mary Kate McDevitt has done all the lettering on the cover and some very nice lettering illustrations for inside. Illustrator and designer Libby Vander Ploeg has also created some beautifully illustrated maps. I can’t wait to look inside! I am thinking of subscribing for my daughters, but I will end up keeping the magazine for myself! Unfortunately the shipping costs from the US are too high, hopefully I will find a way!

(via) Thank you Tania!

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