The 5 toys I am most thankful for…
ONETEGU Magnetic Wooden Blocks Blocks have helped shape and develop my mind. As a child my family had a large box of bare wood blocks in the play room. The pieces transformed into cities, castles, bridges, forests, boats, airports, jungles, and any other world that needed to be played in. Tegu takes the next step of adding magnetic points in the blocks so they can be connected to the other pieces to make some fun creations.
TWOErector Set Classic Building Toys I have 4 brothers and we shared a lot of the toys we had. The first toy that I remember being mine was an erector set I got for my birthday around 8 years old. I spent hours and hours building all sorts of stuff. I even shared with my brothers every once and a while. 🙂
THREENerf Atom Blaster This toy came out right around the time I got married. My wife and I enjoyed shooting it around our little studio apartment. It truly was a blast! Well done Barry Kudrowitz.
FOURSomewhere City Toys - My favorite character toys by far are these little interchangeable guys. They make me think of a modern Dr. Seuss and have introduced me into the world of Goran Lelas. He is a designer with a flair for the whimsical and the unique. A great inspiration for playful designs.
FIVECreature Cups and Scrubble (Boon) These are the first toys I ever helped design. It taught me a lot about toys and other products working with such a talented team.
What playful toys are you thankful for?