Ghost Wooden Car
We have 2 in stock.
Slovakia Parcel to address - €3,90
Slovakia Express Courier to address - €6,00
Other European orders - €20,00
FREE shipping on Slovakia orders over €100,00
Non-European orders are shipped at a flat rate of €25,00
This is the boldest design yet, inspired by the pre-WW2 era "dazzle" naval camouflage designed to fool optical targeting. Dazzle camouflage, also known as razzle dazzle (in the U.S.) or dazzle painting, was a family of ship camouflage used extensively in World War I, and to a lesser extent in World War II and afterwards. Credited to the British marine artist Norman Wilkinson, though with a rejected prior claim by the zoologist John Graham Kerr, it consisted of complex patterns of geometric shapes in contrasting colours, interrupting and intersecting each other.
It's a rare collector item, fiendishly difficult to make and print, limited quantities will be available.
Material: Solid Beech Wood, water based paint and clear urethane coat. White ABS plastic rims, with Food grade rubber tires. Safety tested according to US CPSIA and European, Australian and New Zealand regulations.
Designed by Brooklyn based Candylab Toys. Made in Ningbo, China.
Recommended Age: 3+
Toy dimensions: 18.3cm L x 7.3cm W x 5cm H
Packaging: 26cm L x 11.8cm W x 6.8cm H
Candylab ToysCandylab Toys was born out of our desire to revive the glamorous '60s American modernist vibe and carve it into awesome contemporary wood toy designs. As artists, designers and parents we draw on many influences, not least of which are our deep love of classic American Cars and the craftsmanship spirit of mid-century artisan furniture designers.
" Two years of experimentation, development, testing and relentless encouragement from friends, family and perfect strangers at the playground have resulted in designs that we felt we were ready to share with the world. The groundswell around our idea, and the unconditional support of over one thousand people from all over the world that backed our Kickstarter campaign have made our ideas into reality. We are eternally grateful. "