What if wild animals ate fast food…
Cybex by Jeremy Scott. Available at Colette.
A very sweet image of Beyoncé and Blue Ivy.
Playing with food gets another meaning with this serious kit. Since the price is far out of range for most of us, we think of this project as a work of art. Parents traditionally teach their children not to play with their food and this game should help children with a better understanding of where meat comes from. ‘Playing Food’ includes: a stable (200 x 100 x 40 cm),
3 silos, 3 spades, 3 pitchforks, 3 buckets 1 file (to file teeth), 1 knife (for castrating) , 1 collet chunk (to cut off tails), 3 wheelbarrows, 3 refuse-bins, 6 sows, 72 piglets, 100 pigs of 85 kg, 100 pigs of 110 kg, pig dung, 8 tropical trees, 3 chainssaws, 5 showers of acid rain, 70 corn-, 100 soy- en 170 grain plants. Price € 9500,- Design Tomm Velthuis. Source: The Motor.
You know that we are not much of Mother- or Father’s Day types here at wewantwow, but we know that many of you are.
And so when we came across this really nice DIY gift, we thought of you! Source: MrPrintables.com
Last week we brought you the BonBon on the Block campaign video. Now it’s time for the lookbook.
These cool dad’s really dress their kids and they are doing a mighty fine job we say.
Take a look at these great images made by photographer Jan Bijl. If you need specific information
regarding the items shown, please contact the girls at BonBon on the Block. You can shop all items
online or in the coolest shop in Rotterdam. Have fun!
Sunday afternoon, perfect time for the sofa.
Fantastic image, the fall 2013 collection from Oeuf NYC.
WEEKEND! (yes, we are in the weekend mood. going out with 8 women and hitting the town!
for the kids we made some dinner, see?)
Kids concept store BonBon on the Block presented their brand new campaign yesterday: BonBon on the Block ❤ Dads.
Not often we see a concept store presenting itself thru a multi media campaign and that’s what we like about BBOTB;
they keep surprising us with innovation, new brands and fresh ideas.
This campaign is all about fathers and the love for their kids. Six stylish dads where portrayed in their own homes by photographer Jan Bijl, who did a magnificent job. The images are an excellent translation of what BBOTB owners Marieke and Lenny have in mind: a stylish atmosphere of brands that mix and match perfectly and attract people who like to act on their own style. The shop offers a great range of brands and that’s what these dads are looking for; not your average and safe baby onesie.
The campaign was launched in the new shop in Rotterdam. After 3 years there was a need for a make over.
Lenny: “We literary had to make room for all the ideas we have. Now we can expand our collections and show them in a better way. The web shop is next in line for little a make over”.
BonBon on the Block has been our favourite store for years now. Nice brands, excellent service, a personal touch and prices to match every budget . You can shop here till your kids turn 13. Lenny and Marieke are not only strong women with a mind of their own, they have great eye for kids fashion, they can spot a trend a mile away, have humour and not only focus on the traditional mom. And that is why dad’s with style find their way to this shop in an instant. No one to talk you into a hideous pink T-shirt, on the contrary, BBOTB has a great collection of shoes, clothes and accessories to match your own unique style.
It’s obvious, we now. We are huge fans of BonBon on the Block. A store that must be on your list whenever you are visiting Rotterdam. Around the corner of the fabulous museum Boijmans van Beuningen, easy to combine culture with some shopping. To Lenny and Marieke we wholeheartedly say: congratulations on the new campaign, you did an excellent job and we are looking forward to all future plans. Please keep on surprising us! wewantwow ❤ BonBon on the Block.
The next couple of days we will bring you the lookbook, with campaign images and matching clothes,
but we start of with the video made by Koen Berkhout from The Batch.