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INTERVIEW: Designer Ben Blanc Talks About Corkels Toys
Posted By Beth Shea On May 26, 2011 @ 12:00 am In eco kids,Inhabitots,Interviews | No Comments
Toy designer, Ben Blanc creates classic Corkels  push/pull toys from recycled wood chip that looks and feels like cork. His animal, car and boat designs are full of fun, wheelie appeal for kids; and they’re stylish enough to look great in a workspace or perched on a windowsill for adult fans who are kids at heart. Inhabitots contributing writer, Desmond Williams interviewed Ben Blanc  regarding the inspiration behind his Corkels toys, and Blanc also shares an exclusive peek at his soon to be released new collection of recycled cardboard products and toys  ranging from a wearable shark to a chic, clever room divider . Don’t miss out on meeting this innovative, eco-friendly designer and getting a first look at his latest wares over at Inhabitots!
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 Ben Blanc creates classic Corkels: http://www.inhabitots.com/2009/08/27/interview-with-corkels-designer-ben-blanc/
 exclusive peek at his soon to be released new collection of recycled cardboard products and toys: http://www.inhabitots.com/2009/08/27/cardboard-land-shark-is-blanc-slate-for-kids/
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