Lately we've been addicted to the blog Atelier Pour Enfants (Workshop for Children) by Paris-based pair Odile and Junko, a graphic designer and visual artist respectively, who run creative workshops for children that we'd visit in a heartbeat if we lived anywhere near the European continent
The blog features their own charming sculpture projects and the results of their workshops which remind us — as if we need to be reminded — of the boundless creativity of which children are capable. They also feature an inspiring array of vintage, foreign and obscure children's books, artwork and ephemera. Though it's all in French, the blog is more visual than wordy so there's nothing a little help from Google Translate can't clarify. Our only warning: graphic design fans may lose a few (or a lot of) hours browsing the site's archives.
Images via Atelier Pour Enfants