Coralie Bickford-Smith is a renowned illustrator who has designed books for Penguin and has now created a customized child bike pattern for Wishbone Design.
The 2Modern Blog states that her theme is "an apple a day," where the artist has created playful prints with sliced fruits, dragonflies and vines that decorate the sides of the tricycle. These bikes are excellent for growing kids because they have a lightweight wooden structure and large, road-gripping tires that prevent toddlers from toppling over. A colorful print is the perfect touch for livening up the limited edition bike, getting children interested in attractive artwork and design.
Discerning parents who want children to play with sophisticated, yet still youthful toys and gadgets will be thrilled to watch their kids ride the Wishbone child bike design by Coralie Bickford-Smith.
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