Curator: the flapping wings animate and give life to the object. it is a beautiful contrast to today’s digital world.
This mechanical toy powered by a rubber band is an ornithopter. An ornithopter is a flying machine that uses flapping wing motion to fly, just like a real bird. To fly, simply wind up the bird and gently release like a paper airplane. When not in use, it is a charming companion displayed in your home.
Curator: a simple design with a disportionate wow factor. nobody picks this up and fail to smile with wonderment.
The lamp is the creation of Indonesian born, San Francisco based Architect Max Gunawan. It was launched at Kickstarter with a phenomenon success and subsequently won a Red Dot Award.
Curator: a big surprise in a small package. it is perfect as a simple gift.
Peer into the envelope and with amazed with the starry view. Designed by Moe Tsukada with the aim of delivering comfort to people living in the city. He believes that despite a busy city lifestyle, it would be nice and relaxing if we can see the twinkling lights of the stars.
Curator: it is a sprinkle of joy flying through space.
This hanging mobile is made of wood and can flap it’s wing when pulled from below. The large size, beautiful colour and excellent quality adds a perfect collection to brighten any environment.
Curator: we laughed when we first saw it. for sure it is strange but why not when it works and is charming.
The ultimate immersive pillow for a power nap at your desk, lounging at home or travelling. Just slip it on and you're off to dreamland. The pillow is playfully fun and relaxing to touch. Whether you wear it over your head like a champion or simply use it as a lounge pillow at home, it's always ready to help make your moments feel extra comfortable.
Curator: its a mechanical victory against digital. it is simple fun that will bring a laugh to anyone.
A series of mechanical wind up toys that jump and wobble with amazing energy.
Curator: hang a few of these at home or in the office, and it will teleport you to a happier place.
Featuring works by Korean artist, Choi Yunsook, these mobiles are dreamy, hopeful and inspiring. These cards often carry short and heartwarming messages that are not specific for any occasion, making them quite flexible.