Minimals by Sebastian Burga - Minimals is a new series of modular art toys created by Peruvian designer Sebastian Burga.
Each animal in the collection is built using individual modular pieces that have been uniquely designed by Burga to be interchangeable between the different Minimals creatures. This particularattribute allows kids to let their imagination run wild when playing with they funky new toys.
They are also absolutely adorable and would look amazing in any kid`s bedroom.
SUPRA Backpacks - With the new school year approaching quickly, it’s time to start picking out new gear for the lil guys. Backpacks are without a doubt the second most defining piece, after sneakers of course, of your kids back-to-school look and so, it is very important to pick one that suits personality.
The new SUPRA backpacks are simple, elegant and built to last. There is lots storage options, including a laptop sleeve, and while it’s big enough for a sleepover, it’s also small enough for day to day use. It also includes skate straps on the front so your kids can skate to school or be ready for those after school skate sessions.
Nike Air Max 1 GS - Blue & Volt - Resting upon Air Max’s groundbreaking visible Air sole unit, this AM1’s blend of bright blue hues, Volt yellow accents and textures on the mudguard and Nike Swoosh, make it a perfect addition to any young enthusiast’s growing sneaker collection.
This iconic runner has been ever present for a number of seasons and we are so glad to see that Nike has been shrinking it to youth sizes.
Bky Kid Playmat/Back Massage T-Shirt - It turns out that the wide plane commonly found on an adult back is a perfect play surface for the lil ones. Using her 1-year old’s discovery to her advantage, Bky Kid owner, Becky, created a couple new tees for adults that boast simple but charming road maps and train tracks on the back.
This genius combination of maps and backs not only allows junior to roll his play vehicles along a map of well-loved topography, but it also allows the rents to enjoy a relaxing massage and a moments rest; if, of course, your back doesn’t become the perfect scene for an F1 race.
Vans Vault X Disney Retro Collection - This fall, Vans Vault will be releasing a collection of Original Classic featuring re-issued 1980’s Disney prints. In an effort to regain that classic Disney aesthetic, two Mickey Mouse prints, a Donald Duck print and a Winnie the Pooh print have been placed on a selection of vans shoes including four magical, toddler-sized Authentics.
Porsche Pedal Go-Kart - Designed by the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am Zee, Austria, this exclusive go-kart has been specifically created for the young upper-class speedsters in the family. Ready to accommodate kids of about 5-8 years old, this pedal kart has a sturdy and luxurious metal frame, pneumatic air filled tires, for that real go cart feel, a hand-brake and the ability to pedal both forward and back.
The Porsche Pedal Go Kart is retailing at about $1000, A great deal if you had been considering any other Porsche for your kid.
Available at your local authorized Porsche Center.
The Toyota Camatte57S - After receiving much love with last years kid-friendly Camatte concept, Toyota has decided to follow up with a couple new models: the Camatte57S and Camatte57S Sport.
Like their predecessor the Camatte57S toy cars are made to be assemble and customized by their owner. They feature detachable body panels and pedals that can be adjusted so children or parent can operate the gas and brake. Actually, if junior is at the wheel, parent can sit in the right seat with his own override pedals to ensure no one is testing their luck.
Both models will be on display at the Tokyo Toy Show from Thursday the 13th of June until Sunday the 17th. Be sure to check them out!
Nike Air Max 90 GS in White/ Metallic Cool Grey & Neutral Grey - If your pre-teens are looking for a sweet pair of light and bright coloured sneakers for the summer months, they need not look any further. Nike Sportswear will soon be releasing a pair of Air Max 90s that fits all summer 2013’s “cool dude” criteria. Tonal grey suedes, light white mesh, punchy florescent details; these 90’s have got it on lock.
Available for pre-order via Titolo. Expected to hit stores in July 2013.
Benny Gold Fog-Camo Sock Monkeys - Last Thursday, the team at Benny Gold in San Fransisco was invaded by a couple dozen crazy sock monkeys! These nutty stuffed primates, who have been contained at Benny’s shop, sport the unique Fog-Camo pattern created by Mr. Gold as an homage to San Fran and as a twist to the heavily trended Woodland Camo. The monkeys can be adopted for $40 but take care, these guys are not recommended for adult owners as they are head strong, mischievous and only obey equally adventurous kids.
Andy Prokh Photography - Russian photographer Andy Prokh has spent the last few years documenting a profound and everlasting friendship between his daughter Katherine and the family cat. Although some pics were probably taken “in-the-moment”, many are well-thought-out and conceptualized in order to creatively capture the true depth of their relationship.
As a result, Andy has created a series of clever, comical and timeless photos that represent the true essence of love and language between kids and their pets. They are fantastic.
Take a few minutes and check out more of Andy’s pics via photodom.com
The 1993 RRL Polo Bear - Ralph Lauren’s iconic mascot, the Polo Bear, is seen here in a plaid shirt and a full denim suit courtesy of byRalph Lauren's high-end brother-brand, RRL. Rocking this outfit, this lil Bear is the definition of the western and workwear features that characterize the Americana look of RRL.
Ralph Lauren posted about this lil bud on their Instagram account this morning, however, we are having difficulty confirming whether or not he is avaible for purchase or not. According to a post that went up on styleforum.com last October, you might be able to snatch him up for 89,250 Yen if you make some phone calls.
Let us know if you have any extra details about this.
The New LEGOLAND Hotel - The new LEGOLAND Hotel in now opened inside the LEGOLAND California Resort in Calsbad, California.
With interactive thousands of LEGO features, play areas, a swimming pool, a buffet style restaurant and 250 LEGO themed rooms this new addition to California’s LEGOLAND is sure to offer a night you’ll never forget.
The “Pirate”, “Adventure” or “Kingdom” themed rooms all include two separate sleeping areas, with a queen-size bed for grown-ups, and a separate area for up to three little ones, complete with bunk beds (whaa!?!?). The hotel also offers super fun in-room treasure hunts and in-room LEGO gifts for every visiting kid.
Honestly, this place is made for kids but if you’re a LEGO nut, like us, this is certainly a dream come true for parents too!
Bugaboo’s Warhol-inspired “Cars Collection” and “Flowers Collection” will feature some of Andy’s most recognizable imagery on a handful of high-end strollers accessories.
With these new promised collections, and after receiving an incredible amount of hype over their last few collabos - for example their Missoni collection - Bugaboo has definitely established themselves as a top notch player in the baby mobility design world and is surely, if not already, one of the most coveted. If you haven’t considered a Bugaboo as of yet, be sure to look into it. They just know.
Visit bugaboo.com to locate your nearest Bugaboo x Warhol stockist.
Jenga Boom by Hasbro - Jenga is a timeless mid 80’s, early 90’s, building block game that combines physical and mental skill. In case you’ve been hiding under a rock for 30 odd years, the object of the game is to remove a block from a increasingly unstable tower and balance it on top without the tower tumbling.
The new Jenga Boom edition has added a highly suspenseful new aspect to the game. Your tower sit atop a toy detonator that is ticking away the seconds before “Boom !” your tower tumbles with your game playing dignity. It’s a race against the clock, hesitate and you’re done for!
The Soccket Ball by Uncharted Play - The Soccket is a revolutionary, energy-harnessing soccer ball. Using Uncharted Play’s newly developed technology and the laws of physics, the Soccket converts and stores kinetic energy produced by play as electrical energy. After only 30 minutes of kicking, rolling, bouncing and playing with this ball, the Soccket can provide enough off-grid energy to power the accompanying LED lamp for approximately 3 hours.
The Socckets is made of a water resistant EVA foam that is durable yet, soft to the touch. Weighing only a tiny bit more than a standard soccer ball, the solid construction eliminates the need for air pumps and the risk of puncture, allowing this ball to ultimately, be accessible to all.
The Soccket is an revolutionary product that kids and adults all over the world can enjoy in more ways that one. With over 1.3 billion people living without regular access to electricity the Soccket is a most welcomed addition to homes in rural, off-grid and disadvantaged areas of the world.