Lyonel Feininger "Untitled" (Four Figures and a Cat) Characters from "The Kin-der-Kids and Wee Willie Winkie's" 1944
In 1925, Alma Siedhoff-Buscher moved to Dessau with the Bauhaus. She was a student there until 1927 and then later worked as an employee. In 1926, her toy designs featured in the exhibition called The Toy in Nuremberg.
2012 February | Design, Art, Photography, & Culture | The Field Aesthetic Blog
MONDOBLOGO: toys of the avant-garde Alma Siedhoff-Busher "Two Wooden Dolls" (1924)
great wooden island inspired figure
Embrodery Toy "Peter Man Mona" | 19th century
Studies for the comic The Kin-der-Kids Lyonel Feininger (American, 1871–1956)
Modernist Hand-Carved Wooden Houses
Modernist Hand-Carved Wooden Houses.
knitted bear by Elien Dauwe -- This is weird and creepy and I love it!
Reserved listing Crocheted Mustard Yellow by WereRabbit2006