House of cards by Charles & Ray Eames Created in 1952, the most successful toy of Charles & Ray Eames is a series of cards printed with images, that could be built into three-dimensional structures of various shapes and sizes. Charles and Ray's view of toys was that a point can be made and something can be learned by both adults and children.
chicagogeek: Artist and product designer Ray Eames with “The Toy”, which was a bright, interactive and expandable environment for child’s play. Manufactured in 1951 and the first of her toys to be produced, it consisted of a box of colored paper panels, wooden dowels and connectors large enough to create different shapes and play in and around. (Source: Herman Miller)