My desktop inspirational treasures in my favorite cloth covered turquoise box from Bookbinders Design. Rubberstamps from fantastic Londonbased Blade Rubber Stamps Ink, MT Washi Tape in different patterns, Bakers Twine and neon heart and star stickers found in a Bric-a-brac shop in Copenhagen.
I made lots of new contacts and hopefully friends and overall it was a great experience and success. Today I am happy and tired and already making design plans for new products within the Faith Hope Love line and planning the brand new up coming greeting card and paper goods line. Below are some pictures from my pop-up shop and show at the exhibition. Enjoy!
Welcome to my first Pop-up Shop at So Stockholm Tuesday May 6, 11:00-20:00. I will be exhibiting letterpressed greeting cards, posters, tea towels and trays from my new line, Faith Hope Love. You will be able to purchase the products on-site at favorable rates. You can of course preview and purchase my products as usual through my webshop Hope to meet you there!
Welcome to an exciting group show and to my Pop-up Shop!
Designing a logo, produce an annual report or writing a communicative text is an everyday occurrence for freelance creatives. But what happens when we clocked out for the day? Among Sweden's Freelancers (an national organization for freelances) are photographers organizing photo trips, copywriters who write novels, designers who create stationary lines and paper goods and font geeks who can not get enough of typefaces during regular office hours.
I will show and sell my uniquely designed paper and interior products. Produced with love for the craftsmanship, quality and environmental thinking. Prints, trays, letterpresss printed cards and tea towels with decorative designs and illustrations will be on display.
The exhibition is open Tuesday, May 6, from 11:00 to 20:00.
These a few of the things that get my inspiration going on a rain day. Painting & Experience in Fifthteenth-Century Italy By Michael Baxandall. Great book for the art lover. Cute teddy bear highlighters from one of my favorite shops, Paperchase. Various pencils and a strawberry scented eraser. Hand cream from Granit. Silhouette scissors from Panduro Hobby, a must have. And my lovely Mummy Girl USB stick from the British Museum.