I am absolutely fascinated with these posters, which bring classic toys to life in new…or old ways really, by use of vintage patent drawings.
The Slinky Poster from art collective Oliver Gal might be my favorite, with it’s 40’s-era textbook style industrial drawings. It seems like a parody at first, only it’s not at all. There’s also a LEGO toy figure from 1979, the original LEGO brick from 1961, a Mr. Potato Head, and then another series of faux blueprints inspired by architectural drawings. But grab them quick–they’re on sale at Fab only another day or two.
They’re all neat decor options for a cool kids’ room or maybe even your own. I mean, a Slinky belongs anywhere, right? -Liz