Crayons — those cheery, ubiquitous coloring implements, are likely lurking in your purse, hiding in at least five different drawers throughout your house, and leaving their mark on countless
The StoryTime Rocking Chair was designed by a dad of three who didn’t have a big enough lap for all his kids!
Hal Taylor is a craftsman, a father of three, and probably a genius. He was experienced in the art of handcrafting beautiful rocking chairs, and when his brood went from two to three children, he had an
A herd of customized Eames elephants are heading to London for designjunction2015 to raise awareness for Teddy’s Wish charity in a whimsical exhibition called “Elephants Never Forget.” Donated by
An inventor from a small fishing town in northern Wisconsin is making quite a positive impact on the lives of children with disabilities — through art. Since the 1980s, Dwayne Szot has dedicated his
LEGO genius, artist Nathan Sawaya is at it again. His latest larger-than-life project has reimagined your favorite DC Comics stars in LEGO bricks. His next exhibition, Art of the Brick: DC Comics, opens
Teachers transform old lockers into a sprawling mural of book titles to inspire students to read the classics
A group of teachers and volunteers at a Biloxi, Mississippi junior high school banded together to transform depressing disused lockers into a sprawling work of art. Tired of the boring lockers that were
Coloring is an activity that unites every age group — even parents can’t resist this calming and creative pastime. The folks at Pirasta obviously understand the universal allure of the crayon
Black Girls Sew offers a sewing camp that teaches girls creativity and resourcefulness through fashion design
There are camps for literally every interest these days, and we’ve got the ideal option for New York City’s mini-fashionistas and makers-to-be: Sew Green Summer Camp. The two-week fashion
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