We could have a burger

Slow Wood is a handmade prototype for unconventional sandwiches far from the mass catering. Slow Wood was in the kitchen of KidsRoomZoom during the 2011Fu (2) Slow Wood is a handmade prototype for unconventional sandwiches far from the mass catering. Slow Wood was in the kitchen of KidsRoomZoom during the 2011Fu (3) Slow Wood is a handmade prototype for unconventional sandwiches far from the mass catering. Slow Wood was in the kitchen of KidsRoomZoom during the 2011Fu (4) Slow Wood is a handmade prototype for unconventional sandwiches far from the mass catering. Slow Wood was in the kitchen of KidsRoomZoom during the 2011Fu (1)

SLOW WOOD by Studio Fludd // Slow Wood is a handmade prototype for unconventional sandwiches far from the mass catering. To find out more, visit their website here

We have sandwiches

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‘Best Dad Ever’ – Massachusetts-based graphic designer David Laferriere illustrates his kids’s lunch bags almost every day since 2008 /

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We play

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A Father Who Creatively Captures His Kids_ find more of Jason Lee’s great, fun photographs of his children on his flickr page.

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We are a little creeped out

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Incredible wooden sculptures of children, that are both beautiful yet also very disturbing, by traditional woodcarver and Italian artist Gehard Demetz.

“His sculptures of children are at the same time attractive and disquieting and rendered with an amazing perfection that is by no means rhetorical or classical. One of the most startling technical features is the construction using small woodblocks and juxtaposing finely polished parts to very rough and sketchy surfaces. This particular construction and treatment render his sculptures absolutely unique in the domain of contemporary wood sculpture and is partly responsible for the great curiosity aroused by the appearance of his work in the art world.”

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We are tiny

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Carved lead pencil sculptures by Seattle-based Vietnamese artist Diem Chau who creates beautiful, tiny art pieces out of standard graphite pencil leads and colored crayons into which she carves her delicate sculptures of animals and people. View more of her work on here blog: The Pleasure of Tiny Things

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We draw

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There’s an abundance of tables designed to accommodate family dinners, and a wide range of small art desks for kids, but Growth Table by designers Tim Durfee and Iris Anna Regn is the first family-sized drawing table we’ve seen — and it’s truly inspiring. Durfee and Regn offer, “Children impulsively and un-selfconsciously indulge in spontaneous mark-making when presented with a place to sit, a rightly-positioned surface, and colorful instruments with which to draw. The Growth Table creates these conditions — but at a range of scales — to also attract older children and adults who share the memory of countless hours of childhood art-making.” One of the main intentions behind the design of Growth Table is to “create an instant and inter-generational community united by the simple act of drawing.” Since kids spend such a great deal of time at a desk, to either do homework or pursue creative endeavors, this unique furniture presents an opportunity for a child to be engaged and nurtured in a group setting, as opposed to being isolated at a miniature table or desk of their own. And wouldn’t Growth Table be the ultimate instant setting for home schooling multiple siblings?

Growth Table //
designed by TimDurfee & IrisAnnaRegn

Growth Table is one of a series of objects and spaces modified from a variety of familiar types to sponsor specific activities for adults as well as children. It creates an instant and intergenerational community united by the simple act of drawing.

Children impulsively and un-selfconsciously indulge in spontaneous mark-making when presented with a place to sit, a rightly-positioned surface, and colorful instruments with which to draw. The Growth Table creates these conditions – but at a range of scales – to also attract older children and adults who share the memory of countless hours of childhood art-making. The structure activates a public outdoor or indoor space by providing a catalyst for spontaneous social behavior that is both exceptional and utterly familiar. When the form of the Table is multiplied or expanded, it creates a community scaled art-parklett, or transforms a public interior into a literal “drawing room.”

Materials: Marine plywood, Douglas fir, glass, rubber, drawing supplies /

Photography: Jeremy Eichenbaum

We marvel

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Young children observing a diving ice bear.

‘Polar Bear’ by Noraly Avalon