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A set of five stackable wooden crocodiles.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36247 (added 6/18/2013)
This figural box represents a "power" animal - a totem for our individual ambitions. Its simple and gestural depiction is intentional - allowing the symbolism of the animal to be maintained. With the addition of hinges, it has the ability to guard important small objects. On the shelf, it is sculpture. On the side table, it's a totem. On the counter, it offers a hiding spot.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36246 (added 6/18/2013)
Cubebot is a range of playful wooden robot puzzles that challenges and inspires children and adults alike. Available in an assortment of shapes, sizes and colors, each Cubebot holds dozens of poses. After playtime, Cubebot offers the challenge of trying to fold it back into its perfect cube. Robot toys are usually made of plastic and require batteries - but not Cubebot! Cubebot is made from new growth beech wood and is powered by imagination. Inspired by the Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles, Cubebot combines ancient Japanese traditions with contemporary toy culture. It is an enduring classic that will withstand generations of play. Available in Extra Large, Medium, Small, Micro, as well as a choice of finishes: Natural, Blue, Green, Multi, Orange, Pink, Red, Violet and Yellow. Recommended for ages 3+.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36245 (added 6/18/2013)
Tree Tops have the distinction of being the lowest tech and oldest known toy because spinning tops have engaged children and adults for millennia. Karl Zahn’s set of five "Tree Tops" are made from an evergreen tree and shaped like one too – an environmentally conscientious toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36244 (added 6/18/2013)
Contemporary design, solid construction, quality workmanship, interactivity, and
100% sustainably harvested wood are features of Areaware's David Weeks Animal collection. The David Weeks Animal collection is comprised gorillas, bears, wild boars, rhinos, and elephants. Each is made from sustainably harvested beech wood and can hold as many poses as one’s imagination allows. They are heirloom quality but strong enough to sustain any mischief that comes their way. Prices start at $65.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 31915 (added 3/15/2011)
A collaboration between Areaware and Monocle, designed by David Weeks Studio. A limited edition of 100 pieces. Made from Sustainably harvested Beech wood, elastic band. 11 x 4 x 5.5 inches
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 31091 (added 11/2/2010)
Harry Allen loves trucks. His immaculately restored 1964 Willys Jeep was recently featured in the New York Times, but it was his fond memories of playing in the dirt that lead him to the idea of "Pickup". The beauty of any pickup truck is its utilitarian aesthetic - four strong wheels and the capacity to haul cargo. Harry had function on his mind as he cast a toy truck and turned it into a catch-all bowl. "Pickup" is functional art for the home. Available now in chrome or white, coming soon in gold, neon orange, and Limited Edition blue chrome.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 30970 (added 10/26/2010)
An animal menagerie, made from organic cotton and soy inks. These petite pillows or playthings are based on Victorian designs, and feature such animals as giraffes, pigs, gorillas, bunnies, owls, ostriches, zebras, and dogs.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27657 (added 3/22/2010)
Cubebots's powerful hardwood frame can hold many poses, and his elastic-band muscles and durable wood limbs make him impervious to breakage. When it’s time for him to rest, he folds into a perfect cube. Designed by David Weeks. Made of sustainably harvested cherry wood. Watch Cubebot: Top-5 Video, Toy Fair 2010
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27135 (added 2/16/2010)
Designed by David Weeks and made from sustainably harvested beech wood, Hanno features a sturdy hardwood frame and measures 12" x 6.5" x 3.5". He has elastic-band "muscles" and is named after the Greek voyager who found gorillas 2,500 years ago.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 24698 (added 7/20/2009)
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This resin creation comes with chrome or gold plating. It is a bank cast from a pig that died a natural death and will hold more than $10,000 in bills Dimensions: 5.25" x 10" x 18". Allie Shartle of Areaware told TDmonthly the product is "a modern interpretation of a classic piggy bank."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20875 (added 10/2/2008)
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