The Spanish brand Oli&Carol, specialized in the design of natural toys for children and babies, has been selected by the Tate Modern in London. Specifically, the SME will be able to exhibit its iconic teether, Pepa The Applein the temporary exhibition of the French painter Cézanne and will be present in his museum shop.
For those who know the French artist minimally, you will know that he is a pioneer of modern painting and that he is known for his still life paintings. Specifically, Paul Cézanne is famous for his apples, symbol of this temporary exhibition that will be open to the public until March. The artist recognized his predilection for this fruit by stating: “I will amaze Paris with an apple.”
“When the Tate Modern called us interested in our Pepa The Apple for the museum shop, we were especially excited because both Olimpia and I really like art.”, declares Carolina Román, co-founder of Oli&Carol.
Pepa The Apple is part of the collection of teethers and bath toys Fruits&Veggies by Oli&Carol. A collection made up of fruits and vegetables such as Wally The Watermelon, Ramona The Radish, Valery The Raspberry, Ananas The Pineapple, Brucy The Broccoli, Arnold The Avocado or the famous Ana Banana awarded with several design awards, among many others.
The Barcelona brand offers toys of natural rubber for babies: Beneficial teething teethers, bath toys and sensory play for children 0+. For children from +3 and +6 years old, Oli&Carol also offers textile games, on the one hand, a fun manual activity that consists of creating and making a toy with 100% cotton textile materials, and on the other hand, other side board games created with natural fibers. In addition, inspired by the brand’s famous Fruits&Veggies, Oli&Carol has created some food-carrying bags, Bags-to-Go, also made with the same natural fabrics.