cars are an integral part of childhood play for most kids as they inspire motion and imagination. made of bamboo have wanted to design and create toys that are eco-friendly, durable and beautiful. the design team’s bamboo products are influenced by the beauty of natural materials and the joy of hand-crafting.


made of bamboo have launched four toy car models

 

 

australian based designers made of bamboo have created a series of toy cars that are natural and sustainable, combining the minimalist design principles with the beauty of bamboo. these cars are hand-crafted, using eco-friendly materials with minimal industrial processing. everything used is biodegradable, ensuring the toy does not contribute to landfill and can be fully composted.


the car toys are hand-crafted and hand-painted, using carefully selected natural and non-toxic materials

 

 

made of bamboo have launched a kickstarter campaign to bring the idea to reality with four toy car models, including the sportser, vintage, F1 racer and dragster. the cars are made from eco-friendly and natural materials including bamboo, lead-free eco-paint and natural bees wax finish. the design uses the natural hollow cylindrical form of bamboo and is made with minimal industrial processing, making it highly sustainable. they are hand-crafted and hand-painted, using carefully selected natural and non-toxic materials.


the cars are made from eco-friendly materials including bamboo, lead-free eco-paint and natural bees wax finish


these cars are hand-crafted, using eco-friendly materials with minimal industrial processing


everything used is biodegradable, ensuring the toy does not contribute to landfill and can be fully composted


made of bamboo have launched a kickstarter campaign to bring the idea to reality


dragster models are inspired from the top fuel drag racing cars


F1 racer models are inspired from the formula 1 racing cars


sportster models are inspired from the classic sports cars of the mid-twentieth century


vintage models reflect the simplicity and elegance of the early twentieth century cars

 

 

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