I have a die-cut tuck flap box I would like to print on directly. The design is for all sides of the box.
This is being introduced at the New York Toy Fair on February 16th. The new 854 piece Slotto Architectural Set will be marketed primarily to young boys in the 6 to 12 year old range and I have a vision of a building set to emulate "Dad, the Contractor" or "Dad, the builder."
The instructions are going to be printed like a blueprint.
I envision a scene with the house this kit will build, sitting on a new lot with minimal new landscaping, while "Bob the builder and Amy the architect are going over the blueprints laid out on the hood of Bob's pick up truck!
I'm picturing a "technical" drawing with an accurately portrayed drawing of the the house. The house this kit makes is a perfect to scale dollhouse when completed but I don't want to make this a dollhouse kit. It's a modular building set that happens to make this scale model home. There are aftermarket scale items available all over for this scale.
On the back I'd like to picture the different pieces and how many of each are in this kit, primarily to show how modular this set is. I'm competing with Lego in a sense, but this kit is big and it's heavy.
The box dimensions are 23" x 15" x 4.5" and the whole set weighs over forty pounds!
It will probably retail in the $229 to $299 range.