"Look honey, I bought you a block of wood. Isn't it great?" OK, that's just mean. Until your little one discovers that what initially looks like a simple wooden cube actually unfolds to reveal a poseable robot capable of some killer breakin' moves. No batteries required.
David Weeks Studio took the ancient Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzle and jammed it with contemporary toy culture to create this unique, non-traditional take on the toy robot. Because it folds up so neatly, it could make a great travel toy as well.
Ever wonder what the inside of a designer like David Weeks' weekend home might look like? We posted a little story about it right here.