Today I want to show you some crowdfunding projects related to kid’s design. From wooden blocks to a high chair, here’re 4 creative, fun and inspiring projects.
Click through their links, see if you love them as much as I do, and support them!
Cosmos: Magnetic Spaceship Building Blocks
Snap. Explore. Create. Cosmos is a set of magnetic wooden blocks beautifully designed for explorers of all ages. After Dream Car, Mixed Animals and Infinity Pillow, Huzi has created a new project to you. Cosmos — a set of classic wooden blocks reinvented with cool aerospace forms and a patented magnetic system. 28 wood pieces, 58 connection points, unlimited possibilities. Cosmos is live on Kickstarter now.
Koguma: the Piggybank for Wildlife
Discover the Arctic in augmented reality! Koguma is an ethically made, polar bear-shaped piggybank with an augmented reality app to reveal the arctic around her, and donate to wildlife conservation projects. It’s made in France by Coq En Pâte, in partnership with the IUCN, SoS and Polar Bears International. Save, Play, Donate! Koguma is live on Kickstarter now.
Hatiban: the Elephant High Chair Designed to Inspire Children
Alex Swain wanted to design something that turned meal times into an adventure, a stimulation of the senses. It’s made to look good, is portable and supports proper posture. Strength, cleanliness and stability were key targets for the London-based designer, a recent father. Sourced with sustainable materials and packed with features, the elephant high chair comes with facial expression stickers children to choose. Hatiban is live on Born now.
Ugears: Self-moving mechanical models
Ugears are unique mechanical 3d models for self-assembly without glue, made from natural materials. Take a look at the steam locomotive «Ugears 460»! The kit has all you need for assembly: a set of high-quality plywood boards with precisely cutout parts, detailed step-by-step instructions, and additional details. Ugears is live on Kickstarter now.