Kid Made Modern

With arts education funding diminishing by the day, it is more important than ever to engage children in the arts.  Kid Made Modern is one of the more stylish, educational, and cool resources I've found for doing just that.   In 2009 designer Todd Oldham wrote a book by the same title that is filled with all sorts of amazing ideas for crafting projects inspired by midcentury design icons like Charles and Ray Eames, Marimekko, Alexander Girard and Dorothy Draper.   It is the perfect blend of education and activity ...

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Now, Oldham has taken it one step further with the launch of a new Kid Made Modern product line in collaboration with Target.  You can choose from really great looking and useful art supplies like patterned tape, crayon "gems" or pencil sets, or kits with everything you need to make lanterns, animal cushions, board books, and more.  I walked by the other day and needed nothing, but bought almost everything!  The products are great, the packaging is great, and it's just an all around great thing ...

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Check out the Kid Made Modern website, and add some stylish creativity to your child or student's life today!