Paper Animation Kits by Rob Ives

Paper Animation Kits by Rob Ives

Christmas brings out the "kid" in all of us. These paper animation kits would be fun for anyone on your stocking stuffer list!

  • As opposed to being the stuff that dreams are made of, this 20-piece construction set will enable a child of any age to build his or her own dreams. And, given the set's large, planet-friendly pieces, the more sets you buy, the m... As opposed to being the stuff that dreams are made of, this 20-piece construction set will enable a child of any age to build his or her own dreams. And, given the set's large, planet-friendly pieces, the more sets you buy, the more good, clean creativity you are guaranteed to generate.

  • In the featureless, shapeless tundras of the Canadian North, ancient Intuit peoples built the Inuksuk, or stone men. These reassuring figures were signs to other travelers that people had indeed been there, and were used as way po... In the featureless, shapeless tundras of the Canadian North, ancient Intuit peoples built the Inuksuk, or stone men. These reassuring figures were signs to other travelers that people had indeed been there, and were used as way posts, direction signs and guides. This medium sized kit has 7 hand shaped sandstones so you can build your own Inuksuk. It comes in a canvas drawstring bag and includes a booklet with instructions, as well as a guide to the history and symbolism of these figures. The Inuksuk has been chosen as the official symbol for the 2010 Winter Olympics, to be held in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.