Laikingland's Beautiful Kinetic Objects

We are a creative label, based in both the UK and The Netherlands, who design and manufacture beautifully crafted kinetic objects that engage, and evoke a sense of play and nostalgia.
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Storm in a Tea Cup by John Lumbus for Laikingland.  The Storm in a Tea Cup pays homage, in a very literal sense, to the famous idiom meaning a small event that has been exaggerated out of all proportion.    Turn the handle and the golden boat rides the mechanical waves, above the stormy clouds periodically reveal a shining bolt of lightning.

Storm in a Tea Cup by John Lumbus for Laikingland. The Storm in a Tea Cup pays homage, in a very literal sense, to the famous idiom meaning a small event that has been exaggerated out of all proportion. Turn the handle and the golden boat rides the mechanical waves, above the stormy clouds periodically reveal a shining bolt of lightning.

The Party Popper Machine by Martin Smith for Laikingland  The Party Popper Machine by Martin Smith continues his theme of devices of celebration for Laikingland. In homage to the humble plastic party toy and to follow his interest in loud bangs, Smith has developed a nonsense machine that elaborately assists you in the firing of party poppers.

The Party Popper Machine by Martin Smith for Laikingland The Party Popper Machine by Martin Smith continues his theme of devices of celebration for Laikingland. In homage to the humble plastic party toy and to follow his interest in loud bangs, Smith has developed a nonsense machine that elaborately assists you in the firing of party poppers.

Fingers Mk II by Nik Ramage for Laikingland  An eternally tapping copy of the artist’s own hand.  At the flick of a switch the resin cast fingers drum rhythmically until switched off.

Fingers Mk II by Nik Ramage for Laikingland An eternally tapping copy of the artist’s own hand. At the flick of a switch the resin cast fingers drum rhythmically until switched off.

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