"We travel slowly, to reach very far" We chose this phrase for the back cover of our Traveling Passport as an inspiration or perhaps as a declaration of intent, but we never thought that it could be a slogan for dissidents. Today it is. And it's not that much time has passed, but this tendency to devour everything at the speed of light forces us to take part in a battle that we cannot win.
A few days ago we organized a Christmas-themed activity and we were lucky to have 6 extraordinary women.
The activity consisted of a workshop to make a wreath with preserved flowers that would become an advent calendar.
The text that follows is the editorial of our latest catalogue. Once again, we have traveled to our childhood memories to try to convey a certain way of playing. Our desire is for Me&Mine to be something more than a brand of wooden games and toys, and not only because there are other types of products in our catalog (such as our game books or cards and passports), but above all because...
The biblical story of David and Goliath is the most popular metaphor about the unequal struggle between the weak and the powerful, ready to feed hope when it is the only thing left. Sometimes interpreted as a miracle, other times as an example of overcoming, and plenty of other times as a placebo for dreamers. Today we refer to this story with all possible readings. We didn't know it...
We dedicated the 2021 catalog editorial to one of our main icons when it comes to inspiration. Today, preparing a new entry in this blog, we have realized that this text never arrived here, so, although late, here it is. A Tom Sawyer tribute Even if you've never read the novel, the name Tom Sawyer needs no introduction.
This May marks the 53rd anniversary of the revolutionary May '68, an event that perhaps failed to change the system, but did generate a profound transformation in the ideas and values of society.
Today, we recover one of its most iconic slogans to reclaim, from our tiny side, our determination to change some things, because that “let's be realistic, let's demand the impossible” is at...
Lately we have been thinking about the concept of “leaving a mark”.
We have a pragmatic obsession with striving to see the positive side of things, and that is why we have been giving clues here about a certain approach to this idea.
When we started this project, the first thing we did was try to define the meaning of our brand. After some reflections, we came to the conclusion that everything we proposed had to do with the idea of sharing time and experiences with our sons and daughters. We did not pretend to be original and even less transcendental, but we did defend the quality of certain experiences.
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