Lego Architecture $50
This line of distinctive building sets from the LEGO Group and Adam Reed Tucker features famous landmarks throughout the world. These landmarks celebrate the past, present and future of architecture, inspiring minds of all ages.
What's Inside? $15
Get your hands on a copy of this curiosity-inducing read from Okido, an innovative group of London designers. "What's Inside?" bestows X-ray vision on its readers, and teaches important lessons about the interior workings of buildings, the planet and even our own bodies. When held up to the light, semi translucent plastic pages reveal entire worlds beneath the surface and will surely have both children, and adults, pondering the multi-dimensional nature of the universe.
Rhino Ottoman $300
The Rhino Ottoman brings the African jungle into your living room, just as the history of this family-run business will bring warmth into your heart. The birth of Reiner's Originals is the story of Reiner Hennevold, a garment-district worker who relocated from Berlin to Canada, and eventually found a niche using his skilled leather handiwork to create beloved animal-shaped leather ottomans. Although Reiner has since passed away, the hi legend lives on in his sons, who have overtaken their father's labor of love, and stand by his trademark phrase, "Quality or nothing." This special piece is sure to be loved by generations to come.
Dream Forever $49
Screen printed onto 250gsm paper, Damien Poulain's "Dream Forever" print is an inspiration poster for the sophisticated creative set. Each A3-sized edition is signed by hand by the London-based, French illustrator and bookmaker.
MiniBurger Bean Bag $150
From Woouf!, the playful Barcelona-based beanbag builders that offer a stunning array of eye-catching, retro-inspired puffs, comes the MiniBurger. This larger-than-life MiniBurger pays homage to our most favorite of juicy foodstuffs and will surely make mouths water as it adds a kitschy bit of fun to any burger-lover's home. With a removable, washable cover, this unexpected decor is sure to bring smiles, and hunger pangs, for years to come.
"Crowd #4 (New Haven)" Puzzle $75
Photographer Alex Prager's fantastically staged crowd scenes are complex works of art. Try piecing together the congested public space she created in "Crowd #4 (New Haven)" with this 500-piece limited edition puzzle. The photograph delivers a vibrant intimacy and an invitation to explore bold, personal characterizations with every piece you complete.
Anki Drive Starter Kit $200
Anki Drive takes slot car racing to an entirely new level—and it's certainly not a kids-only toy. Using iPhones as controllers, kids and adults alike can race their friends, or better yet, their artificial intelligence-enabled opponents, who totally own the race track. The more you play against them, the better they'll get at beating your tactics. Just charge the cars and unroll the track for racing anytime, anywhere.
Each page of "Archidoodle: The Architect's Activity Book" contains a famous architectural wonder, incomplete without your finishing touches—so be as accurate or as imaginative as you'd like. With big time structures like the Taj Mahal, Sydney Opera House and Farnsworth House by Mies van der Rohe, even the youngest of design dreamers can be the architect at the drafting table.
Goodnight iPad $27
Although research suggests that viewing screens before bedtime may tinker with chemicals in the brain that promote a good night's rest, studies also show we all regularly do this pre-slumber activity. Based on the classic, "Good Night Moon," the humorous parody "Goodnight iPad" reminds us that even if we might not live in the little farm-house utopia depicted in the original, we can still ceremoniously say goodnight to screens, the buzzes and the beeps—and go to sleep.
Max Push Car $260
Designers at Sirch/Bitzer create furniture and toys as aesthetically pleasing as they are fun. Their Max Push Car comes straight from southern Germany's alpine foothills, is constructed from steam-bent ash and is finished with skid-free, silent wheels—so those irritable downstairs neighbors don't come a-knocking. This timeless toy holds up to any well-designed interior as it fulfills your child's need to get mobile; You'll barely have time to say a quick "auf Wiedersehen" before your little speed daemon is off to the races.
Ware of the Dog
Nylon Leash and Collar $42
Beware of the dog, cause this handsome hound is making one serious fashion statement. Luxury dog clothing and accessories brand Ware of the Dog is inspired by the graphic sensibility and humor inherent in "Beware of the Dog" signs. From their stylish collection come these brightly hued nylon leashes and collars, which can be purchased separately, or as a set.
Who needs an imaginary friend when you can have a foldable friend? These 3D paper pals are completely customizable and take on a range of attributes to resemble their human counterparts. Great for kids and co-workers, these easy to assemble little twinsies will make spectacular desk accessories and children's toys, as they serve as a constant validation of our unique character.
Yellow Owl's Little Prints $17
Creative force Christine Schmidt shares her lively ideas for making simple, unique projects for kids of all ages using stamps, stencils and prints in "Yellow Owl's Little Prints." Kids will love it and parents will cherish the endless entertainment, which result in one-of-a-kind tote bags, blankets, stationery and wall art to hold onto for years to come.
The Tattoo Coloring Book $15
Tapping into the rise of adult-worthy coloring books is The Tattoo Coloring Book, featuring the imagery of illustrator Megamunden. Inspired by nature, tradition, psychedelic motifs, skating and the Far East, his designs are as intricate and inspired as they are entertaining. Before putting needle and ink to skin, test out your own body art skills with pencil on paper.
Third Drawer Down
Giant Lips Dog Toy $20
Move over Dita Von Teese, there's a new pair of blazing red lips in town! The Giant Lips Dog Toy from Third Drawer Down is your pet's favorite fetch toy with a wicked sense of humor. The plump pout is affixed to a non-toxic ball and is sure to inspire endless laughs, countless photo ops and elevate any four-legged friend from beast to beauty. Pucker up to your pup—but watch out, they do tend to be pretty slobbery kissers.
Baby Seal Body Suit $180
Your toddler takes on all the cuddliness of a baby seal in this adorable sheep wool suit from Reykjavik Corner. The pouch was inspired by an Icelandic folk tale involving a lucky fisherman and the lady he loved, who crooned "Oh woe is me, I have seven children on land and seven in the sea." The most stylish of snuggies, this bag of warmth lends your little one supreme comfort in the iciest of temps and has us pining for one in our size.