It’s no secret that we are huge friends of “bubblefriends”. And we don’t care who knows it. Love this.
“Illustration I did for a collab some months ago. Every artist gets one alphabetic character to work with. Here is my S.”
Eli No! tells the story of one trouble-making dog and the one word that is never far behind. The book was designed and illustrated by Katie Kirk & Nathan Strandberg of Eighthourday.
I love this image of a very content Eli lying on the floor after enjoying a trash can buffet of popsicles and hexagon shaped eggs. Eli seems to be a real pear hater. He left both of them untouched. Well atleast he passed on the bacon and butter. Maybe he has high cholesterol?
We always had a few dogs around the house when I was growing up and they would get into everything. Unfortunately most of it wasnt food. They would try to eat sponges and large plastic things. Id love to see a list of everything they managed to eat over the years.
Did Eli find a Jewish forest? Eli chases a speedy little squirrel through a forest of menorah shaped trees.
Eli No! is filled with bright fun graphics and beautiful layouts. I can see kids falling in love with this kooky troublemaker.
You can see more images of Eli No! here.
Designed by: Enzo Mari
A corrugated pressboard sheet is transformed by Enzo Mari into a ‘defensive’ wall to protect a place to play: ten panels of different decorations, perforations and shapes to let loose one’s imagination and to invent new stories and new characters every time.
A light ‘fortification’ to be raised no matter where in a few seconds, to create an imagination break from everyday life.
Yellow circles like the sun, blue waves like the sea, a wall made of red bricks…no written rules: only the creativity of the player to invent every time very new rules.
Paris, France –
I remember a time before video games when you had to use your imagination to keep yourself entertained. A cardboard box was the perfect fort. Well guess what kids – it’s coming back. Low tech, ethical, chic and great to play with, thats the concept of the brands designer, Armelle Vetillard.
Do not underestimate children. This is the perfect canvas for little story tellers to thrive. Whether you are pretending to be a celebrity, bistro chef or mummy preparing a leg of lamb. Theres no end to the possible storylines with this contemporary theatre in reversible cardboard. These cardboard screens very quickly and easily become a game that has infinite possibilities.
It isasy to assemble, and very stable, the theatre consists of three sections which are printed on both sides; a floor-standing lamp and a cat on the living room side, and lots of fun utensils on the kitchen side! Plus, the television screen comes off and becomes a map of France to fill in on one side, and a drawing of a mini pop star on the other! And like a real theatre, your children can use their dolls or Action Man like puppets. Finished playing? The theatre folds up flat so it can easily slide under a bed or behind a cupboard.The theatre is made from 100% recycled and recyclable cardboard, made in France.
Dimensions when erected: H: 126cm, L: 65cm, Side: 15cm
Dimensions when flat: 100x126x1.5cm
Learn more here.