Saturday, December 19, 2009
kid made modern
I haven't actually purchased this book. Yet. But you can bet I will.
From the Ammo Books website...
Designer Todd Oldham shares his love and admiration of mid-century design ideas and translates them into creative, colorful, and thoughtful projects for kids. From a cardboard box fort inspired by architect Luis Barragn to window decorations made from painted paper inspired by designer Russell Wright, these projects are sure to delight kids and adults alike.
One part design primer and two parts handmade fun, Kid Made Modern introduces kids to mid-century design heroes with 52 playful, simple-to-make craft projects. This delightful book features inexpensive, often recycled, and easily accessible materials with clear photography and easy-to-follow steps.