'Wishpins' Help Consumers Keep Their Wishes Organized

By: Joey Haar - Aug 3, 2016
References: ototodesign & yankodesign
For the organized adult with an inner child yearning to be set free, 'Wishpins,' a cute office knick knack from designer Tania Pons, is a happy medium between mature responsibility and childish naiveté. The simple tool is a green stem and ball with spaces for specially made pins that look like the spores of a dandelion.

Though Wishpins admittedly lacks the mystical power that comes with making a wish on a real dandelion, it can allow consumers to hang onto their dreams and wishes by writing them down and using Wishpins to tack them onto a corkboard. And if a wish is posted as a daily reminder, it might inspire a person to make that wish a reality.