Image courtesy of Treehugger
At one time in my existence, I used to be a toy designer. Although I have moved on, I still like to see once in a while what people are doing in the industry. These toys by Juguetes Imaginarium might be a little “cheesy” but I like the way they are thinking. Basically, they are all toys that teach children how to properly treat the Earth. They have a battery charger that uses solar power and an aero generator that looks like a flower, but my favorite is the game since that is what I used to design. Here is what Treehugger says about it in their article:
The last concept Imaginarium tackles is that of recycling paper. Bio paper is a board game in the shape of a book for the whole family. The objective of the game is to recycle all the paper at home and find new creative ways of using this material.
Like I said, a little cheesy, but their heart is in the right place. Since many toys are pretty much “landfill” as a colleague of mine used to say, it is good to see someone thinking of sustainability with toys.