Meet Muki: at face value a cardboard dog, but in reality a DIY children’s toy kit that will encourage creative play. Muki is a simple product with minimalist lines using a very low-tech material. It also happens to have one of the funniest Indiegogo campaign videos we’ve seen in a while. As a multipurpose toy and a dog kids can call their own, it’s a place they can cuddle and read, furniture they can draw on, and a desk their own size. It can also have wheels and become a ride-on toy, and can easily be modified into toy box, or turned into a bookshelf. Muki is the first product by Growing Up Creative designed by Tali Buchler, and the marks the beginning of a new line of furniture that can do double duty for play. Muki comes packaged in a flat cardboard “suitcase,” is very easy to assemble and Muki and his packaging are also completely recyclable, creating no waste and promoting values of environmental awareness.
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