Thank you for taking me home and reading my story.
I'm a very lucky duck.
I was made in Bridgeport ct by a loving family out of recycled cardboard and 3d printed connectors.
My makers are a 14 year old boy Ethan and an 18 year old girl named Ayana. They designed me as a part of an architectural modeling kit that helps kids learn about math and engineering while engaging in creative and imaginative play. My connectors fit most cardboard so you can test them out on that amazon box you probably have in the hallway. Go ahead and try it, (Do not worry, removing my Neck and legs will not hurt)
Using these connectors help you think of creative ways to repurpose.
Now your probably wondering why I was waiting outside to be collected by a loving person willing to read my story. So here it goes, my mission is simple. Ayana and Ethan want to support Breast Cancer Awareness this month and have created a
Special Edition Pinkhaüs with 30 Pink Connectors and 40 geometric cardboard shapes to keep you creating for hours, proceeds will go to the Susan B Komen foundation.
By getting this house, you will be supporting breast cancer, giving me a home, learning about architecture, design, geometry and sustainability.
So whose the lucky duck now?