2013 ICFF Highlights: Part 2

Are you ready for more ICFF goodies?! Yesterday I shared a few of my ICFF favorites with you, and today I’m back with the rest. Yesterday I shared pictures and tidbits from the Lladró, Fab, Kikkerland, Molo and PolArt booths. Today I have much more!

D-Torso

I saw D-Torso’s giant cardboard dinosaur and had to learn more. D-Torso packages it’s characters in flat packs, with cut outs to pop out the pieces. The pieces can be popped out and put together for semi-origami fun! I loved the fashion manequins best. Of course the Mickey Mouse character was a big hit.

ICFF recap, NYC: D-Torso

 Aaron Leahy

Australian furniture and product designer Aaron Leahy was showing his new task light. The Tri-light sits on three legs and can be adjusted as needed. The light can be raised or lowered depending on your needs. It’s also made in just a few parts, so assembly is easy!

ICFF recap, NYC: Aaron Leahy

Wink by Wolf Gordon

I’ve been searching for a dry-erase wallpaper for some time now. Wolf Gordon was showing their latest product, Wink. Wink is available in a few different colors and we were able to try it out at the booth. It really works! Erasing was very easy!

ICFF recap, NYC: Wink

Areaware

I first saw Areaware on a trip to one of my favorite stores, Calypso Home. (I recently wrote about Calypso Home for Confessions of a Design Geek’s Soho Walk.) I saw their metallic piggy banks again at ICFF and had to stop and check out the rest of their products. I was not disappointed! The robots were super cute, and the keys too!

ICFF recap, NYC: Areaware

Shu Wun Chan

Shu Wun Chan created a new furniture line. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to photograph the furniture but you can take a look at it online. What made me stop though, was the sketch! Yes, you know I love sketches! This one is great!

ICFF recap, NYC: ShuWunChan

So..what’s your favorite thing from ICFF this year? What would you love to see more of? What trends are you seeing from this year’s ICFF?

 

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