September 20, 2017
Chris Holt is a very well – read man, well we would assume so since he pretty much always knows what he is talking about. Anyway, because of this we trusted him to write the blog for the new bookends that are cool enough to just “have” but are really meant to share a shelf with a bunch of books that you have read (not just the ones you buy to make it look like you have read a lot) here is a little something something about the new Dunny Bookends that released this week on www.Kidrobot.com. Take it away Chris (aka the Toy Viking) give it to us straight… There’s nothing better than having a ton of books in your home. And there’s nothing worse than having them stacked neck high with a path down the middle so you can access the bathroom. Kidrobot is solving a portion of your hoarding problem with these stylish and functional Dunny bookends. They would look amazing as they bring some order to that encyclopedia set you swear you still need, or as stand alone objects of art. See each one is hiding a secret (kind of how that family of possums is hiding in your spare bedroom) stepped design covered in blue resin. Gaze into it’s magic abyss each time you take a new book to work to read during your lunch break. Then think about how beautiful it is when people insist on still talking to you as you try to read as if an open book wasn’t a good enough sign that you’re busy. Let me have my half hour of sanctuary, people!
These are exclusively available from www.kidrobot.com.
April 13, 2021
Exploring the intersection of toys, art, and architecture, Kidrobot has teamed up again with innovative architect-turned-toy-designer Fleet Hower to create the first Locknesters Interchangeable Puzzle Labbit.
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April 05, 2021
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April 01, 2021
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