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    Meagan J. Meehan is a published author, poet, cartoonist and produced playwright. She pens columns for the Great South Bay Magazine, Examiner and AXS. She is also a stop motion animator and an award-winning abstract artist. Meagan holds a Bachelors in English Literature and a Masters of Communication. She is an animal advocate and a fledging toy and game designer.

    Interview with game designer Chris Leder of Calliope Games

    Founded in September of 2009, Calliope Games is a family-run company that is dedicated to publishing fun, affordable, quality tabletop games. Established by toy/game...

    Interview with artist Mark Gleberzon, owner of MJG Gallery

    Mark Gleberzon is a multi-media artist who's based in Toronto, Canada. Mark has exhibited his work in outdoor and indoor events throughout North America,...

    Interview with toy and jewelry designer Andrew Tober

    Toy and jewelry designer Andrew Tober has worked as an Industrial Designer for over 15 years. Having worked on everything from theme-park rides to...

    Interview with Tali Ben-Ezer the co-founder of Maya Toys, the creators of ‘Orbeez’

    Maya Toys has been producing playthings for decades that focus on promoting creative play that is suitable for both boys and girls. The company...

    Interview with artist and designer toy creator Marshall ‘Mr. Mars’ Ballantyne

    Under the company name of MrMarsStudios, artist and illustrator Marshall ‘Mr. Mars’ Ballantyne creates fun and unique works. Originally from Houston, Texas, Marshall is...

    Pit Balls, Tops, Trains, and Singing Turtles: Many new gender-neutral toys for toddlers released...

    Toddlers learn rapidly and their experience of the world can be greatly shaped and influenced by things such as media and toys. The toy...

    All about Andrey Poletaev, a modern master of ballpoint pen art

    Article written courtesy of Alexander Shegelsky While the ballpoint pen itself is almost a hundred and thirty years old, only recently we started noticing...
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