Mother Nature’s Tools

The hand-crafted Imajen Tools set aims to inspire an attitude of responsibility and sustainability by not only encouraging kids to interact with nature, but to understand the detrimental effects to the environment caused by plastics. Unlike generic plastic toys that usually get thrown away, the wooden tools make for a great looking hand-me-down that also instill a sense of play and exploration.

Designer: Kenji Huang


  • MDesigns says:

    It looks very hi-end to me (expensive to produce). What bugs me the most however, is the designer is implying that she is willing to destroy trees in order to save the planet from plastics? Consider aluminum or something else, perhaps?

  • Quintin says:

    These seem quite useless. Decorative, not much else…

    I can appreciate the craftsmanship that went into creating these, though!

  • Nathan says:

    @MDesigns: Trees aren’t the only think one should conserve. The resources necessary to mine, refine and cast aluminum, paired with the associated costs would make an aluminum version of this product far less sustainable than one made from wood.

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