By tag: Rainbows

Books

Book - Rainbow In Your Hand

Rainbow In Your Hand is a flipbook that creates the illusion of a 3D rainbow in your hand. This amazing little book, designed by Masashi Kawamura, began as a personal project in 2007, before being noticed by a local bookstore that wanted to produce the book for the masses. Since then, Rainbow In Your Hand has won awards in both Japan and New York. Get ready to spend hours with this great little flip book, watching as a rainbow magically appears in your hands.

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Art and Design

Kaleidoscope Eyes

Born in Miami, Jen Stark is a contemporary artist who works in paper, wood and other organic materials. Drawing inspiration from microscopic patterns in nature, Stark bases her work on replication and infinity, creating breathtaking colour spectrums that lure you in...

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Photography

Birds of Colour

Captured by photography duo Nick and Chloé, this beautiful series of images entitled 'Birds' were created for Junior Magazine in 2012. With 80s futuristic inspired costumes and stunning paper props by Le Creative Sweatshop, child like flamingos, finches and parrots appear to leap off the pages. Working together since 2005, Nick and Chloé have created many shoots based around imaginary tales of childhood, bringing images full of colour to life on the page. Chloé says "The birds idea came out of a dream... both birds and kids await for the moment where they flap their wings and fly away."

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Toys

Build a Rainbow

Made up of a myriad of colours, Grimms Mini Magnet Game is the perfect travel toy, encouraging creativity with colour. The different shapes are made from wood that is stained with non-toxic, water-based paints, and sit on a magnet board so they can be easily re-arranged into different designs and patterns.

08 May 2013 toysrainbows [comment_count]
To shop

To Shop - Kid's Republic

Walking into Kid's Republic Book Store in Beijing, China, is like walking into a giant kaleidoscope of colour. With rainbow walkways flowing in all directions, and plush colour wheel carpets scattering the floors, you are delightfully surrounded in colours that pop as far as the eye can see. One of our favourite parts are the rainbow cubby holes that scatter the walls, creating little spaces for children to read in and let their imaginations run wild. Designed by architects Sako, Children's Republic provides the very best children's books and a relaxing reading environment to escape to.

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07 May 2013 rainbowsto shopbooksbeijing [comment_count]

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