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If you are wondering what the gagatree team is busy right now, well, just to let the cat out of the bag, we are currently working to revamp our entire website, and soon it will go live within the next few weeks. Our studio artist are now busy illustrating some freebies for YOU! Check back regularly…




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Have you ever wonder who are those motley crew behind the fabulous brand – gagatree? We’ve just got an exclusive video footage of this creative bunch. Appearing in no particular order… Yang, Angie, Joe and Lester… so whoes the camera man? Ha… who cares.

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domo arigato…
Local design heads GaGaTree brings on the nostalgia with these retro RoboCards. Standing at 46cm tall and made from corrugated board they hold up to 14 CDs and a roll of toilet paper for that accidental spill. Can you say “more than meets the eye” ? These RoboCards should be available from August…we can hardly wait to get our mitts on them.”
from nest.

nest. is an independently produced and published monthly magazine by Pulp Publications. Their monthly published magazine provide heaps of info on good design, terrific home buys, and everything you need to live creatively.


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Expect something BIG

TOMORROW, for the official release!

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Kristen from Paper Crave recently added our Winter Garden POP-UP Cards in her blog. Thanks Kristen! Do check out her cool and very informative blog here.

“Pop up cards are one of those things that still elicits a childlike response within me. So, naturally, I was filled with wonder and delight when I saw these beautiful 3-D pop up cards from Singapore based design group Gagatree’s Winter Garden collection.
The pop ups are not only appealing in form, but they also feature colorful Asian-inspired graphic elements, such as bunnies, cats, and butterflies. In addition to making a wonderful greeting card (thankfully, each card comes with instructions for spatially challenged people such as myself), the pop ups would also be the perfect gift wrap embellishment, gift ornament, or decoration.”
more here…


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Here are some recent great reviews on our Winter Garden POP-UP Cards from some of the world’s coolest designer blogs.

Hostess with the Mostess
“Ummm….WOW! That’s pretty much the standard reaction that I get from anyone that sees these gorgeous “Winter Garden” pop-up cards from gagatree. Inspired by the Chinese “Magic Flower” paper toy, these not-so-typical greeting cards quickly convert into beautiful decorations that can be hung “anywhere you want to bring happiness and good fortune”. {If that really works I’m going to need like a thousand of these!!}” See here & Comments.

“pop-up greetings – I love these pop-up cards/ornament-in-one by Singapore’s Gagatree. Available in the US at Shop Modi.” See here.

Pop Wuping
“A unique way to say I love you. A greeting card that transforms itself into a beautiful ornament – try that with email!” More here.

Platinum Blond Life
“Paper Cut Adventures – I have what may be considered a bit of a paper obsession. I love stationery, I love mail, I love books, I love paper crafts, paper planes, I just love paper…so I was delighted to discover the whimsical cards inspired by the Chinese “Magic Flower” paper toy. These winter garden pop-up cards/ornaments are created by the Singapore based company, Gagatree: I simple adore the bright colors & the gorgeous printed designs! …”More

Why send flat? Blooming gift cards “Though much of our lives is focused on electronic communication, we still believe strongly in the value of paper sentiments. That said, these new Winter Garden cards at Shopmodi.com pack a whallop of meaning. Made by a small company in Singapore, gagatree and inspired by Chinese “magic flower” paper toys, the cards can also be used as a gift tags, ornaments, or pure decoration. As the site says “hang it anywhere you want to bring happiness and good fortune.” Each foldable card comes with an envelope, a ribbon, and an instruction card…” see here.


Also seen at these great blogs: MissWolly, Swiss Miss, MissDirection, Rag&Bone, Fonetik

And these sites: Notcot ; This Next & many StumbleUpon!

Upcoming: Paper Crave


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