Part of an exhibition outlining the history of kindergarten, and the toys created by Norman Brosterman. We’d like all of them please. More here.
Incredible rings by Okinari Kurokawa.
For more lugagge labels than your average carousel please visit this site. Big & useful.
Xavier Barrade’s giant graphs would make a wonderful play area for kids who love maths. And us.
Nino Malfatti’s beautiful series of mountain-scapes is worth checking out. Perfect for this time of year!
When we’re feeling down or troubled pictures of stationery always cheer us up. By Johnny Miller.
A blog devoted to ‘les buvards’ old French promotional blotters, many of which were beautifully illustrated.
Anja Mulder’s table top collections are beautifully arranged delights.
A fine specimen of a paper weaving exercise book from France, 1950s.