Colorframes Building Blocks

Colorframes Building Blocks

Tammy Everts
Oct 24, 2008

For pure eye candy, you can't go wrong with a visit to the MoMA store. Sure enough, when we ambled over recently, there were these blocks waiting to tickle our retinas. Originally designed by Karen Hewitt in 1985, they've been re-released in all their richly hued glory. These blocks aren't just visually pleasing, though. They're also educational...

Not only do you get 42 gorgeous hardwood building blocks, notched to let you take your designs in bold new directions, you also get an informative guide that introduces your child to basic color theory... an essential part of every child's education, right?

$50 at MoMA Store

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