Archive for the ‘Kids Design’ Category

I am delighted to announce that we have finally pushed the start button for our Punch’n’Cuddle online shop. It has taken a little longer than we anticipated, however, we wanted to ensure that we only went live once we had a warehouse full of 100% perfect Punch’n’Cuddles – boxed & ready and eagerly awaiting (once […]


Tomorrow I will give a talk at the »Link Together« Panel of Sofia Design Week. It will give insight into my experiences on my way of turning an initial design idea into a working and sellable product: Punch’n’Cuddle. The focus will not be on the technical development for production, but rather aims to give an understanding […]


We just sent off the first Punch’n’Cuddle newsletter – which means that we have now officially launched our company! Just in time for Valentine’s, we were able to express Punch’n’Cuddle’s love to all its fans (so maybe it was more a loveletter than a newsletter), by finally being able to give a date for our online […]


Just received this footage of the London Marveland show, that has wrapped up last week. As I unfortunately was not able to see the show myself (still teaching in Bangkok), it’s great for me to see that Punch’n’Cuddle seems to have been very popular with the kids. A huge thank you to Sarv Ghazanfar, who shot […]


I just returned from Hanoi – and am delighted to say that the company, that produces the bamboo bases for Punch’n’Cuddle, has finally managed to create flawless samples! It has been proofed very good to currently live in such close proximity to Vietnam, as I was able to pop over there regularly in the past […]


This coming Saturday starts the “Design in Marveland” Show – a Christmas exhibition and Pop-up Shop dedicated to the creative genius of children. Curators Hina Thibaud and Olivia Decaris created an exhibition that will show both, design pieces developed exclusively by children in workshops, as well as selling designs created by established designers (perfect as Christmas gifts). […]