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PaperCat – Mi Casa - Cardboard Photo Frame
This product is made in Israel. Price includes Sales Tax & Shipping.
This frame is for 5 passport-size photos. The frame is designed in the shape of a country house with a chimney, and is illustrated with warm colors. It is inspired by the Tuscan old country houses, with the pilling yellow plaster, the lovely flowerbeds and the pastoral silence.
The frame can be either hung on a wall or placed on a flat surface.
Frame measurements: 5.71X9 inch / 14.5X22.8 cm.
For 5 photos measured: 1.77X1.38 inch / 3.5X4.5 cm.
About PaperCat, Eitan Shiloh and Hadar Kimchy
The idea behind ‘PaperCat’ started to develop when Eitan and Hadar felt the need to combine their design fields (illustration and graphic design & industrial design) and create something together. With the birth of their children, Eitan and Hadar felt nostalgic about their childhood toys. Toys that were naive and colorful mostly made of wood, paper or metal.
The material mostly used in PaperCat products is paper, since it is a very diverse material: it is accessible and known, it can be illustrated and printed on, it can bend and be folded, and by folding it- it can change from 2-dimentional to 3-dimenational product. And of course, it can be recycled which makes it ecological.
PaperCat aspires to create products that bring back patience, working with hands, concentrating and deferred gratification. To create beautiful esthetic products that also challenge kids to think, as well as to use their motor skills and logic intelligence.
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